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Media Quick Facts.....................................................................................8 2011 Schedule................................................................................8 Media Information.........................................................................8 2011 Roster....................................................................................9 Twitter Pronunciation Guide.......................................................................9 Coaches & Staff Head Coach Richie Grant............................................................. 10 Assistant Coaches................................................................... 11-12 Support Staff............................................................................... 12 Meet the Tigers Player Profiles......................................................................... 13-20 2010 Review Season Recap............................................................................... 21 Statistics/Results......................................................................... 22 C-USA Only Statistics................................................................... 23 C-USA Review.............................................................................. 24 History Year-by-Year Results............................................................... 25-26 All-Time Series Records.......................................................... 27-28 All-Time C-USA Standings............................................................ 29 All-Time C-USA Tourn. Results..................................................... 30 All-Time Roster....................................................................... 31-32 Year-by-Year Coaching................................................................. 32 Record Book................................................................................ 33 Last Time..................................................................................... 33 Honors & Awards........................................................................ 34

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The primary mission of the Department of Athletics is to provide a successful athletic program at the highest level of competition. Characterized by academic, athletic and moral excellence in a diverse collegiate environment, the program will abide by the spirit of the rules governing students and intercollegiate athletics and will be known for its good sportsmanship and integrity.

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Editors: Preston McClellan, Adam K. Moussa, Allison Schatell, Mark Taylor Layout/Covers: Brandon Kolditz Assistance: Lamar Chance, Colby Wilson, Jennifer Rodrigues, Tammy DeGroff, Bob Winn, Jen Rothlisberger, Bryan McEldowney Photography: Photos were taken by professional sports photographers Joe Murphy, Carolyn Andros, Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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University Social Media...................................................................................1 University President.......................................................................2 Athletic Director.............................................................................3 University of Memphis...................................................................4 City of Memphis.............................................................................5 Tiger Traditions...............................................................................6

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts University President - Dr. Shirley C. Raines Dr. Shirley C. Raines became the 11th president of the University of Memphis on July 1, 2001. She is the first woman to hold the presidency of the University, which was founded in 1912. The University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a high research university, with almost 23,000 students and 2,500 employees. Previous to her appointment at the University of Memphis, Dr. Raines was Vice Chancellor for Academic Services and Dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky. While at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., she received the Distinguished Faculty Member award and has received two research awards from the Eastern Educational Research Association. She is the author of 14 books and numerous journal articles and is widely regarded as an expert in teacher education and early childhood education. During the years of Dr. Raines’ tenure at the University of Memphis, the following building projects have been completed: the FedEx Institute of Technology, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management, the Student Activities Plaza and fountain, the clock tower, University Services Building with new bookstore, additions to the Carpenter Student Housing Complex, the renovation of Wilder Tower, the University Center, the LivingLearning Residence Complex and relocation of the Law School to the historic downtown location on the Mississippi River. Improvement to athletic facilities have also been a priority with the construction of the Athletic Training Facility, Penny Hardaway Hall of

Fame, Tiger Softball Complex, FedExPark, Frank L. Flautt Golf Center, and upgrades and renovations to the football training facilities, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium and the Elma Roane Fieldhouse. Described in The Commercial Appeal as “powerful, prepared and personable,” she has become known for her effective work in building productive partnerships on and off the campus. This emphasis has enabled the University to realize significant increases in annual giving to the University. Establishment of the University of Memphis Research Foundation along with the University’s focus on engaged scholarship in the community has facilitated an increase of sponsored research grants and contract awards by almost 100 percent since the beginning of Dr. Raines’ tenure in 2001. Major focus areas of her work with students include an increased emphasis on the retention of students, expansion of the University’s Honors and Emerging Leaders programs, the establishment of a guaranteed internship program for qualified students, living-learning residential and curricular learning communities throughout campus. Dr. Raines served on the board for the NCAA for five years and chaired the Presidential Task Force Oversight and Monitoring Group while also serving on the Board of Directors of C-USA. While Chair of the Board of Directors of C-USA, Dr. Raines led the conference through realignment. Dr. Raines earned her Doctorate in Education and her Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Her Bach-

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elor of Science degree is from the University of Tennessee at Martin. She also completed the Management Development Program from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has returned to Harvard for the past four years as a keynote speaker for the Institutes for Higher Education addressing new university presidents and chancellors. A native of Bells, Tenn., she is married to retired professor, Dr. Robert J. Canady. In his retirement, he is a stained glass artist and a private pilot. Bob and Shirley are the parents of four adult children and five grandchildren.

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R.C. Johnson came aboard in February of 1996 and immediately set forth in bringing U of M Tigers athletics into national prominence. Over the last 15 years, the dynamic administrator has built Memphis into a nationally-recognized athletics program that has participated in five bowl games and has competed in 14 postseason men’s basketball tournaments. Under Johnson’s direction, donations to the department have risen steadily and more than $7 million has been raised each of the last three years. Also, in the last eight years under Johnson, the Tigers have captured 17 total Conference USA titles in men’s basketball, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, women’s golf and men’s track and field. The men’s basketball program has garnered five regular-season titles (2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) and five C-USA Tournament championships (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011), while the women’s soccer program claimed consecutive league championships in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. Men’s soccer won the C-USA Tournament in 2004, while the men’s outdoor track and field and women’s golf programs claimed league championships in 2007. While he has already spearheaded two major capital campaigns that raised over $21 million in private funds for athletic department projects, Johnson announced in June 2011 a major capital campaign to directly benefit the Tigers football program. “Vision for Victory,” as it is billed, was developed to raise $10 million for a 74,000-squarefoot indoor practice facility, design upgrades for the current facility and the resurfacing of the current grass fields. Johnson’s previous capital campaigns included a $12.9 million effort that benefitted nearly every area of the Memphis Athletic Department. Included in the project was an addition to the Ath-

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letic Office Building, which includes the Anfernee Hardaway Hall of Fame, a weight room and turf practice field for the football program, FedExPark for the baseball program that was unveiled for the 2010 season, the Frank L. Flautt golf practice facility, a renovation of the Finch Center men’s basketball practice facility as well as a renovation of the women’s basketball and volleyball locker rooms. Johnson’s first capital campaign was previously the largest fund-raising effort in the history of Memphis athletics. The $8 million campaign included a new 8,000-square-foot football and basketball office complex addition, the Larry O. Finch basketball practice facility, which is still considered one of the best in the country, and a complete renovation of the Murphy Athletic Complex. During his tenure, Johnson has created the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, the Tiger Scholarship Fund Board of Directors and the Athletic Director’s Ambassador’s Club. The Ambassador’s Club, which started with two members in 1997, has reached an all-time high of 41 members under Johnson. A significant revenue source for Tigers Athletics, members of the Ambassador’s Club pledge to commit $500,000. In June 2007, Johnson inked a lucrative longterm contract extension with Learfield Sports, which enabled Tiger Sports Properties to retain the multimedia rights for Memphis Athletics through 2017. The Tigers signed on with Learfield Sports in 2001, granting the partner radio and television rights, athletic venue signage, game day promotions and sponsorships, as well as the official athletic department website. Terms for the contract call for the Tigers to receive a financial guarantee each year of the agreement and to participate in annual revenue sharing. In 2008, the U of M entered into a five-year, $11.3 million partnership with Nike to provide shoes, apparel and equipment for all Memphis athletic teams. A believer in academic excellence as well as athletic success and national prominence, Johnson leads a department that set school records this past

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year with 56 percent of its student-athletes achieving a 3.0 or higher during the 2010 fall semester (196 student-athletes) and a departmental GPA of 3.01 for the 2011 spring semester. Seven teams achieved their highest semester GPAs during the 2010-11 academic year. In May 2010, 48 studentathletes earned degrees, marking the largest group for one ceremony since 2002 when the athletic academic services department began keeping records. Before taking at Memphis, Johnson was responsible for directing a Temple program with more than 500 student-athletes in 20 men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports, including nationally-visible programs in men’s basketball and football. He was named Temple’s director of athletics on May 9, 1994, after serving nearly six years as director of athletics at Miami (Ohio) University. He had also previously led the department at Eastern Illinois from 1980-88, and was the associate athletic director at Northern Iowa from 1974-80. A former football coach himself, Johnson served as an assistant at Mankato State University from 1968-74. He coached at Youngstown State University during the 1967 and 1968 seasons after serving as an assistant coach at Northern Iowa (1965-67) and the University of Iowa (1963-65). An Ottawa, Ill., native, Johnson holds his bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Iowa in 1965 and earned his master’s degree in physical education from the University of Northern Iowa in 1967. Johnson is a member of the National Association of College Directors of Athletics and serves on the NCAA Leadership Council. A veteran administrator in Conference USA, Johnson sits on both the C-USA Bowl Committee and the league’s Finance Committee. In addition, he is a member of the University of Memphis President’s Council. He was appointed by Governor Haslam to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Board. Johnson and his wife, Melba, have three children: Jeff, P.A. and Michelle; five grandchildren and one great grandson.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts University For almost a century the University of Memphis has been a catalyst for progress in the city of Memphis, the state of Tennessee and the surrounding Mid-South region. From its inception as a normal school dedicated to the education of public school teachers, to its role today as an educator of technologically-savvy graduates who face a complex world, the University of Memphis has always fulfilled its current mission while looking forward to and planning for its future. Exceptional students from Tennessee, from every other state in the nation and from almost 100 countries around the world choose to attend the University of Memphis. They come here on the recommendation of their major professors at European universities; they come here to study subjects that are offered nowhere else; they come to study alongside men and women who are recognized and respected throughout the academic and scientific communities as foremost in their fields. Ever forward-looking, the University of Memphis is poised to enter one of its most historic and productive periods. From the faculty and staff we have in place to our alumni and benefactors, our “people assets” have never been more willing, able and generous in their efforts to build an academic environment that makes a life-long impact on the young minds at the U of M. The University of Memphis was founded under the auspices of the General Education Bill, enacted by the Tennessee Legislature in 1909. Known originally as West Tennessee State Normal School, the institution opened its doors Sept. 10, 1912, with Dr. Seymour A. Mynders as president. Students in the first classes selected blue and gray as the school colors and the tiger as the mascot. Tradition holds that the colors, those of the opposing armies during the Civil War, were chosen in commemoration of the reuniting of the country after that divisive conflict. Over the next decade, The Desoto yearbook was created, the first library was opened in the Administration Building, the first dining hall was built and the first men’s dorm was built; today that dorm, Scates Hall, houses the College of Arts and Sciences’ Dean’s offices. In 1925, the name of the college changed to West Tennessee State Teachers College. Three years later, the Brister Library was built, named after two-term president John W. Brister. In 1931, the students created a campus newspaper, The Tiger Rag, and in 1935, the school’s agriculture department was discontinued. The college changed names again in 1941, becoming Memphis State College, and in 1946, J. Millard “Jack” Smith became president — the first alumnus to hold the position. In 1950, grad-

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uate studies were initiated, and in 1954, the school switched from a quarter to a semester system. In 1957, the state legislature designated Memphis State full university status. In 1959, the university admitted its first African American students, and the first doctoral programs began in 1966. The 1970s, under President Cecil C. Humphreys, saw new buildings constructed across the campus, including a University Center and a 12-story library. In 1983, MSU became the first public university in Tennessee to gain accreditation of its entire curriculum. The 1990s were characterized by another name change and another building boom. In 1994, MSU became the University of Memphis, and the Ned R. McWherter Library was completed. Moving into the 21st century, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management and the FedEx Institute of Technology have made their mark on the University landscape. Today, the University of Memphis is one of Tennessee’s three comprehensive doctoral-extensive institutions of higher learning. Situated in a beautiful park-like setting in the state’s largest city, it is the flagship of the Tennessee Board of Regents system. It awards more than 3,000 degrees annually. With an enrollment of almost 23,000 students, The University of Memphis has 26 Chairs of Excellence, more than any other Tennessee university, and five state-approved Centers of Excellence.

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President Dr. Shirley C. Raines Founded 1912 as West Tennessee State Normal School Campus Size 1,160 acres and 202 buildings at eight sites Operating Budget $439 million Local Economic Impact $1.5 billion Enrollment (for Fall 2010) Total......................................................... 22,421 Undergraduate........................................ 17,510 Graduate.................................................... 4,478 Law School.................................................... 433 Full-time....................................................... 68% Part-time...................................................... 32% Workforce Approximately 2,500 employees including 870 full-time faculty Colleges & Schools • Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law • College of Arts & Sciences • College of Communication and Fine Arts • College of Education • Fogelman College of Business and Economics • Graduate School • Herff College of Engineering • Loewenberg School of Nursing • School of Communuication Sciences and Disorders • School of Public Health • University College Degrees • 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 majors and 70 concentrations • Master’s degrees in over 55 subjects • Doctoral degrees in 23 disciplines • Specialist degree in education • Juris Doctor (law degree) • Online degree program

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Considered the “Home of the Blues” and the “Birthplace of Rock ‘n Roll,” the city of Memphis’ musical roots run deep. However, music is just a chapter in the history as well as the future of the city located in the heart of Mid-America. Memphis, named after the capital of ancient Egypt, has big city amenities with a small-town feel. Whether you are a hardcore sports enthusiast, a history buff, a music aficionado, or you just like to relax and watch as boats travel the Mississippi River, Memphis has something for everyone. Downtown Memphis has continued to grow and thrive, and two of the most visible projects have been the construction of AutoZone Park and FedExForum. AutoZone Park is the home of the Memphis Redbirds, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Triple-A club. The 14,320-seat stadium includes 1,500 club seats, 48 luxury suites and is located at the corner of Third Street and Union Avenue across from the worldfamous Peabody Hotel. The Memphis Tigers baseball team also plays some of its most high-profile opponents in the top-notch facility. The city’s newest downtown project is FedExForum, an entertainment arena that houses both the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association and the University of Memphis men’s basketball team. The $250 million state-ofthe-art arena features a 35,000-square-foot outdoor plaza where fans of all ages can gather before an event. The arena has over 100 points of sale for concession stands and four full-service restaurants. FedExForum is located one block south of Beale Street. Memphis’ musical roots can be traced to band leader W.C. Handy, who wrote the first blues song here in 1909, a campaign theme for Memphis mayor “Boss” Crump called “Boss Crump Blues” and later published as the “The Memphis Blues.” The sound soon caught on and blues bands filled the clubs along Beale. Young musicians who have performed along Beale include Muddy Waters, Furry Lewis, Albert King, Bobby “Blue” Bland and B.B. King. Beale Street has rapidly become the entertainment center of Memphis, and visitors and locals alike enjoy the food and music offered in the various nightclubs. Where Beale Street meets the Mississippi River is Tom Lee Park, site of the annual Beale Street Music Festival. The weekend-long event is just a part of the month-long Memphis in May International Festival, which also includes the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and the Sunset Symphony. Located within a block of Beale is Gibson Guitar Memphis, which includes factory tours and cultural exhibits. Across the street is the Smithsonian’s Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum located at the FedExForum, which includes artifacts documenting music’s past. Memphis’ musical roots also include Stax and Hi-Records as well as Sun Records recording studio. Stax became known for “sweet soul mu-

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sic” through such artists as the MarKeys, Booker T. and the MGs, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam and Dave and Isaac Hayes. The Stax Museum reopened on its original location at McLemore and Crump in the summer of 2003 and offers visitors a complete history of “Soulsville USA.” One of Hi-Records’ premier artists was Al Green. Sun Records’ most famous recording artist was Elvis Presley and also boasted Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash among its recording artists. Elvis Presley’s Graceland is one of the five most-visited home tours in America and is the most famous home in the United States after the White House. In 1991, Graceland was placed on the National Register of Historical Places. Over 600,000 visitors tour Graceland each year. Also located downtown is the beautiful Orpheum Theater, which serves as a venue for performances by Ballet Memphis, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and traveling Broadway shows, as well as the Orpheum Classic Movies series and other concerts. The city’s location makes Memphis a major distribution hub with two interstate highways intersecting the city. Memphis is also home of FedEx, the nation’s largest package carrier which makes Memphis International Airport the world’s busiest cargo airport. Over 500 commercial passenger flights originate from Memphis International each day. Ranked by The Sporting News as one of the “Top 50 Sports Cities In the Country,” the city of Memphis is a large metropolitan city with a hometown feel. From its big-city industry such as FedEx and the Memphis International Airport to

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Memphis Is... • Named for its Egyptian sister city on the Nile • The largest city in Tennessee & the 17th largest city in the United States • Centered in the middle of the nation’s population • The Pork BBQ Capital of the world • The home of The Pyramid, the third largest pyramid in the world • Ranked by the travel industry as one of the top 20 destinations for an athletic event • Ranked as one of the nation’s top 10 convention centers and locations • The nation’s largest spot cotton-trading market • The hardwood capital of the world • The home of the world’s largest cargo airport • The third-largest rail center in the United States • The fourth-largest inland port in the United States • Home to the Memphis Zoo, one of only four zoos in the United States to exhibit giant pandas. • The 47th Best Sports City according to the Sporting News 2009 list.

its family recreation areas such as Shelby Farms and the Memphis Zoo, our city boasts all the amenities you would expect in a city with over 1 million residents, while retaining the charm and down-to-earth feel of a small town.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Tiger Traditions When the University of Memphis first fielded a football team in the fall of 1912, no one had selected a nickname for the squad. Early references to the football team tabbed them only as the Blue and Gray Warriors of West Tennessee Normal School. After the final game of the 1914 season, there was a student parade. During this event, several Normal students shouted, “We fight like Tigers.” The nickname was born. More and more the nickname “Tigers” was used, particularly in campus publications. But, it did not catch on with the newspapers downtown. They continued to use “Normals” or the “Blue and Gray” when referring to the University. In the late 1920s, student publications and downtown newspapers began referring to the football team as the “Teachers” or “Tutors.” The Tigers nickname would return, but not until 1939 was it finally adopted as the official nickname for the University of Memphis. For nearly 40 years, the sideline mascot for the University of Memphis has been a Bengal Tiger named TOM. TOM attends all Tigers football home games, and he can also be found at many other University events throughout the year. TOM travels in style in a custom-designed, climate-controlled trailer and always with police escort. As one of only two universities in America with a live tiger mascot, The University of Memphis is unique in its Tiger tradition. As a project of the Highland Hundred, no public or University funds are used to provide for TOM’s needs, and no University resources are required in his care. TOM is a powerful and majestic symbol of the University of Memphis, and his presence presents constant opportunities to educate Tigers fans young and old through the preservation of one of

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Stand Firm, O Alma Mater Through All The Years To Come; In Days Of Youth And Beauty Thy Halls Have Been Our Home. In Time Of Preparation Great Lessons Didst Thou Teach Till Now O Alma Mater, The Stars We’ll Strive To Reach. Lead On, O Alma Mater They Sons To Highways, Give Light And Truth Unto Them For All Their Coming Days. To Thee We’ll Give All Honor, Our Hopes Abide In Thee, For Thou, O Alma Mater, Hast Made Us Ever Free.

the world’s most recognizable endangered species. The first Tiger, TOM, was procured by the Highland Hundred football boosters in 1972 and served the U of M faithfully for nearly 20 years until passing away in February of 1992. The Highland Hundred officially presented TOM to the University in a ceremony at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Nov. 11, 1972, during a football game against the University of Cincinnati. TOM had initially been named ‘Shane’ at the suggestion of the breeder’s daughter. Once in Memphis, though, a contest was held to name the mascot. More than 2,500 entries were submitted. The list was ultimately reduced to two choices, Shane and TOM, which stands for Tigers Of Memphis. TOM won. In the fall of 1991, the Highland Hundred Tiger Guard received TOM II as a gift from Tom and Carolyn Atchison of Florence, Ala. TOM II served

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Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory, Be A Winner Thru And Thru; Fight Tigers, Fight Cause We’re Going All The Way -Fight, Fight For The Blue And Gray And Say -Let’s Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory. See Our Colors Bright And True; It’s Fight Now Without A Fear, Fight Now Let’s Shout A Cheer, Shout For Dear Memphis U. (Yell) Go Tigers Go Go Tigers Go Yea -- Tiger Go!

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his university with pride for 17 years through 2008, passing away on Oct. 15 of that year. Shortly after TOM II’s death, the Tiger Guard began the search for a new tiger to serve as TOM III, and a stroke of good luck was realized in a discussion with the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Educational Center in Rock Springs, Wis. Faced with three new cubs born Aug. 31, 2008, after an unexpected pregnancy at their facility, founders Jeff Kozlowski and Jenny Meyer offered to donate one of their young tigers to serve as TOM III. TOM III was introduced at a press conference on Nov. 17, 2008, and the Tiger Guard officially presented him to the University on Nov. 22 during a football game against the UCF.

The Logo The University of Memphis’ official logo was redesigned by Craig Thompson from Disciple Design in Memphis, Tenn. The original logo was an MSU with a leaping Tiger coming out from behind the letter. The new logo is an “M” with a leaping Tiger coming up over the center of the “M.”

School Colors The University of Memphis’ official school colors of Blue and Gray were selected in the early 1900s. The colors were chosen in an effort to show unity in a nation that was still recovering from the effects of the Civil War. The student body thought that by picking the colors of the North and the South, the school would show a togetherness among all students.

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Media Quick Facts...................................... 8 2011 Schedule................................. 8 Media Information.......................... 8 2011 Roster..................................... 9 Pronunciation Guide........................ 9 Coaches & Staff Head Coach Richie Grant............... 10 Assistant Coaches.....................11-12 Support Staff................................. 12 Meet the Tigers Player Profiles...........................13-20 2010 Review Season Recap................................. 21 Statistics/Results........................... 22 C-USA Only Statistics..................... 23 C-USA Review................................ 24 History Year-by-Year Results.................25-26 All-Time Series Records............27-28 All-Time C-USA Standings.............. 29 All-Time C-USA Tourn. Results....... 30 All-Time Roster.........................31-32 Year-by-Year Coaching................... 32 Record Book.................................. 33 Last Time....................................... 33 Honors & Awards.......................... 34

2011 Men’s Soccer Schedule 8/28 Sun 9/1 Thur 9/4 Sun 9/9 Fri 9/11 Sun 9/16 Fri 9/18 Sun 9/24 Sat 10/1 Sat 10/8 Sat 10/11 Tues 10/16 Sun 10/19 Wed 10/23 Sun 10/26 Wed 10/29 Sat 11/4 Fri 11/11-13

Lipscomb Belmont Missouri State vs. UIC# at Wisconsin# at Bradley% vs. Evansville% South Carolina* at Marshall* FIU* Nebraska-Omaha at Tulsa* at UAB* Kentucky* at Central Arkansas UCF* at SMU* C-USA Championship

Mike Rose Stadium Nashville, Tenn. Mike Rose Stadium Madison, Wis. Madison, Wis. Peoria, Ill. Peoria, Ill. Mike Rose Stadium Huntington, W.Va. Mike Rose Stadium Mike Rose Stadium Tulsa, Okla. Birmingham, Ala. Mike Rose Stadium Conway, Ark. Mike Rose Stadium Dallas, Tex. Tulsa, Okla.

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Parking Media parking is located in the parking lot adjacent to the main gate. Parking passes are usually not required. Photographers Press and television photographers are requested to stay at least 10 feet from the playing surface. Photographers must have a working credential for access to the field. Photographers will be granted a credential through the University of Memphis Athletic Media Relations Office and not the Mike Rose Soccer Complex.

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Men’s History First Year of Soccer:........................... 1982 All-Time Record:......................278-232-50 NCAA Tournaments/Last:.............. 2/2004 Last Postseason Opponent:...... Ohio State Result:..........................L, 1-0 (First Round) Men’s Coaching Staff Head Coach:........................... Richie Grant (Green Mountain College, 1993) Overall Record: ..........160-124-19 (16 yrs) Record at Memphis:.....107-95-17 (12 yrs) Assistant Coach:............ Nick Glaser (4 yrs) Assistant Coach: .. Robert Sausaman (1 yr) Volunteer Coach:.... Remco de Jong (6 yrs)

Media Information Credentials Members of the media traveling with the team to Mike Rose Soccer Complex do not need a credential. Media not traveling with the team need to contact the University of Memphis Athletic Media Relations Office for press credentials. A pass list will be kept at the main gate area, which also serves as the media gate. Seating in the press area is limited and will be restricted to working press, radio and television representatives’ needs, according to NCAA regulations.

General Information School:.............The University of Memphis Location:.......................... Memphis, Tenn. Founded:............................................ 1912 Enrollment:..................................... 22,421 Affiliation:......................... NCAA Division I Conference:...................... Conference USA Nickname:........................................ Tigers Colors:..................................... Blue & Gray Home Field:..... Mike Rose Soccer Complex Surface:............................................. Grass Capacity:........................................... 3,000 President:....................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletic Director:...................R.C. Johnson Web Site:................ www.GoTigersGo.com www.Memphis.edu

Statistics The U of M Media Relations Office will provide game notes, statistics, rosters and media guides throughout the game to all members of the media. The U of M Media Relations Office will also provide complete game statistics to each media member shortly after each contest. Practice/Interviews Memphis soccer practices are closed to the media. However, special arrangements may be made by contacting the Athletic Media Relations Office at least 24 hours before practice time. All interviews are coordinated with men’s head coach Richie Grant through the Athletic Media Relations Office. The office staff can also set up interviews throughout the season with the coaches as well as player interviews, which will be scheduled around the players’ academic and practice schedules. Coaches and players are available for postgame interviews 10 minutes following the end of the game.

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Tickets Tickets for Tiger soccer games are available at the U of M Ticket Office, now located inside the new Hall of Fame building on Normal, or by calling (901) 678-2331. Tickets are also available at the game. Tigers on the Web The official athletic website of the University of Memphis is www. gotigersgo.com. Media information, such as game notes, box scores, statistics, etc., are all available on the website. Home C-USA matches will be streamed and broadcasted live, with U of M alum Jeff Brightwell calling the play-by-play action. C-USA Website Additional information about Conference USA and its member institutions can be obtained by logging on to www.conferenceusa.com. The conference site has up-to-date statistics and rankings of all league schools.

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Men’s Team Information 2010 Overall Record:.......................5-11-1 Home:.................................................4-4-0 Away:.................................................0-5-1 Neutral:..............................................1-2-0 2010 C-USA Record/Finish:.........1-6-1/8th Home:.................................................1-3-0 Away:.................................................0-3-1 Final 2010 Rankings:............................N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......... 15/9 Starters Returning/Lost:.................... 10/1 Media Relations Men’s Contact:............ Bryan McEldowney Office Phone:.................... (901) 678-3291 Mobile Phone:.................. (937) 478-5027 E-mail:...... B.McEldowney@Memphis.edu Media Relations Fax:........ (901) 678-4134 Address:................570 Normal, Room 203 Memphis, TN 38152 Social Media Facebook:....facebook.com/MemphisSoccer facebook.com/MemphisTigers Twitter:...........twitter.com/UMTigerSoccer twitter.com/TigersMedia YouTube:.........youtube.com/SIDMemphis FourSquare:.foursquare.com/TigersMedia

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Numerical Roster No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Name Cody Uzcategui Conor Hurley Mark Sherrod Scott Elliott Liam Collins Chandler Gagnon Bryce Childers Lewis Ellis Austin Gross Will Linder Cody McCoy Jordan Johnson Dennis Kennetz Jr. Tyler Rist Paul Banks Tiago Reichert Thomas Shannon Andreas Guentner Tanner Thompson Parker Duncan B.J. Williams J.J. Greer Jordan Leedle Shane Keely Patrick Toh Jr. Matt Derrington Giovanni Alvarado

Cl. Pos. Fr. GK So. GK R-So. F Fr. D So. MF Fr. D Fr. F Fr. F So. F Fr. MF Sr. MF Jr. D Jr. MF Fr. F Fr. F R-Jr. F Sr. D Jr. MF So. D Sr. F So. D Jr. D R-Jr. GK So. MF Fr. F/MF Fr. GK Fr. F

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Volunteer Goalkeeper Coach:

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Wt. 180 190 185 165 155 185 190 175 185 155 150 150 180 165 165 180 169 170 175 147 165 165 160 175 149 185 160

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Hometown/Last School Orlando, Fla./West Orange HS Dublin, Ireland/Lambuth University Knoxville, Tenn./Carter HS Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow HS Skiberreen, Ireland/Colaiste Stiofain Naofa Memphis, Tenn./ECS Goodlettsville, Tenn./Hendersonville HS Wales, United Kingdom/Millfield School Tulsa, Okla./Jenks HS Franklin, Tenn./Ravenwood HS Knoxville, Tenn./West HS Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville HS Cordova, Tenn./Gardner-Webb Univ. Madison, Ala./Bob Jones HS Memphis, Tenn./Christian Brothers HS Francisco Beltrao, Brazil/Martin Methodist College Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow HS Regensburg, Germany/Werner von Siemens Knoxville, Tenn./West HS Johnson City, Tenn./Providence Acad. Flora, Miss./Madison Central HS Cordova, Tenn./Christian Brothers HS Franklin, Tenn./Brentwood HS Dublin, Ireland/University College of Dublin Monrovia, Liberia/Spring (Texas) HS Florissant, Mo./Trinity Catholic HS Guadalajara, Mexico/Kingsbury High

Green Mountain College, 1993/13th Season University of Memphis, 2001/Fifth Season University of Memphis, 2009/Second Season Univ. Van Amstertdam, 1984/Seventh Season

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Florida (1) Uzcategui

Juniors (6) J.J. Greer, Andreas Guentner, Jordan Johnson, Dennis Kennetz, Jr., Jordan Leedle, Tiago Reichert

Tennessee (12) Banks, Childers, Duncan, Gagnon, Greer, Johnson, Kennetz, Leedle, Linder, McCoy, Sherrod, Thompson

Germany (1) Guentner

Liberia (1) Toh

Mexico (1) Alvarado

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Sophomore (7) Liam Collins, Austin Gross, Conor Hurley, Shane Keely, Mark Sherrod, Tanner Thompson, B.J. Williams Freshmen (11) Giovanni Alvarado, Paul Banks, Bryce Childers, Matt Derrington, Scott Elliott, Lewis Ellis, Chandler Gagnon, Will Linder, Tyler Rist, Patrick Toh Jr., Cody Uzcategui

Pronunciation Guide Liam Collins.................................................. LEE-um Chandler Gagnon........................................GAN-yon Andreas Guentner................................. GOONT-ner Mark Sherrod........................................... SHARE-ud Tiago Reichert............................Tee-AH-go RYE-curt Patrick Toh Jr........................................................Tau Cody Uzcategui............................... OOZ-cuh-teg-ee

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Seniors (3) Parker Duncan, Cody McCoy, Thomas Shannon

Oklahoma (3) Elliott, Gross, Shannon

United Kingdom (1) Ellis

Pos. F F MF GK F D F D D F MF GK D MF MF GK MF MF F F D F D F GK MF

Alabama (1) Rist

Missouri (1) Derrington

Ireland (3) Collins, Hurley, Keely

Name Paul Banks Bryce Childers Liam Collins Matt Derrington Parker Duncan Scott Elliott Lewis Ellis Chandler Gagnon J.J. Greer Austin Gross Andreas Guentner Conor Hurley Jordan Johnson Shane Keely Dennis Kennetz Jr. Jordan Leedle Will Linder Cody McCoy Tiago Reichert Tyler Rist Thomas Shannon Mark Sherrod Tanner Thompson Patrick Toh Jr. Cody Uzcategui B.J. Williams

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Mississippi (1) Williams

Brazil (1) Reichert

No. 14 6 4 25 19 3 7 5 21 8 17 1 11 23 12 22 9 10 15 13 16 2 18 24 0 20

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Head Coach Richie Grant

Entering his 13th season at the helm of the Memphis Tiger soccer program, Richie Grant has established himself as one of the premier coaches in the conference and the nation. With a strong background of developing players who move on to the professional level, as well as recruiting ties across the nation and around the globe, Grant has built a program in the Bluff City to rival any in the country.

Since taking over as the third head coach in Memphis history in 1999, Grant has compiled a record of 107-95-17. In six of his 12 seasons, the Tigers have gone to the C-USA Tournament, including five of the past seven campaigns. Grant got his start at the college level in 1995, taking over the NAIA program at Lambuth University. In four seasons in Jackson, Tenn., Grant won over 50 games and three conference championships before getting his opportunity at the U of M. After going 7-11-0 in his first season at Memphis, Grant’s charges tied a then program record in 2000, winning 14 games and finishing fourth in Conference USA. That turnaround propelled Grant to his first C-USA Coach of the Year honor. Grant got his second Coach of the Year honor (one of four conference coaches with two awards) following the 2004 season when Memphis won a school-record 16 games, made its first NCAA Tournament since 1993 and had the program’s first

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Grant’s Coaching Career Year School Record 1995 Lambuth 12-9-0 1996 Lambuth 10-9-1 1997 Lambuth 15-6-0 1998 Lambuth 16-5-1 1999 Memphis 7-11-0 2000 Memphis 14-6-0 2001 Memphis 6-9-2 2002 Memphis 10-7-1 2003 Memphis 8-8-2 2004 Memphis 16-4-1 2005 Memphis 8-8-2 2006 Memphis 10-8-0 2007 Memphis 10-5-4 2008 Memphis 6-11-2 2009 Memphis 7-7-2 2010 Memphis 5-11-1 Memphis Record 107-95-17 Career Record 160-124-19

Pct. Conf. Record .571 N/A .525 N/A .714 N/A .750 N/A .389 2-6-0 .700 6-4-1 .418 3-6-1 .583 3-7-1 .500 1-6-2 .786 8-1-0 .500 3-4-2 .555 3-5-0 .631 3-2-3 .368 3-4-1 .500 3-5-0 .324 1-6-1 .527 39-56-12 .559

Conf. Finish 1st (TCAC) 2nd (Mid-South) 1st (Mid-South) 1st (Mid-South) 8th/9 (C-USA) 4th/9 (C-USA) T7th/11 (C-USA) 9th/11 (C-USA) 9th/10 (C-USA) 1st/10 (C-USA) T6th/10 (C-USA) 7th/9 (C-USA) 5th/9 (C-USA) T3rd/9 (C-USA) 5th/9 (C-USA) 8th/9 (C-USA)

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and, to date, only All-American in Dayton O’Brien. In 2005, O’Brien and teammate Andy Metcalf became the first Tigers to get drafted by MLS squads; Metcalf became a member of the D.C. United and O’Brien joined the Columbus Crew. In 2008, Daniel Dobson also became an MLS player, joining the Kansas City Wizards. In all, Grant has led the Tigers to five 10-win seasons at Memphis and stands on the cusp in 2011 of breaking the all-time record for victories at Memphis. Grant’s poised to pass predecessor, Chris Bartels, with his fourth win of the 2011 campaign. While at Memphis, Grant has overseen the move from Echles Field to the Mike Rose Soccer Complex in Collierville, as well as the renovation of the Tigers outdoor practice facility on the grounds of the U of M’s Park Avenue Campus. Grant also has an eye for upcoming talent as well as developing top-level athletes. On the current Tiger roster are two of the past four Tennessee State High School Boys Soccer Players of the Year in Mark Sherrod and Chandler Gagnon. As a player, Grant was a three-time NAIA All-American defender and was twice named the NAIA District V Player of the Year at Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt., where he received his bachelor’s degree in leisure resources and facilities management in 1993. Grant went on to play for the Minnesota Thunder, a semi-pro team that competes in the A-League. After one season with the Thunder, Grant took a coaching position at Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania and earned his master’s degree in communication studies while working as an assistant coach from 1993-95. Grant earned his NSCAA Advanced National Diploma in 1997 and his NSCAA Premier Diploma in 2002. He has spent the last 10

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Richie Grant Year at Memphis: ...............................13th Birthdate: ...................................... Feb. 28 Hometown ........................ Dublin, Ireland Alma Mater: ......Green Mountain College (Vt.), 1993 Wife: ....................................................Jodi Children:......... Hayden (2), Katelyn (6 Mo.)

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Two-time C-USA Coach of the Year: 2000, 2004 NCAA Tournament: 2004 C-USA Championship: 2004 Mid-South Conference Championship: 1997, 1998 Tenn. Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship: 1995 TCAC Coach of the Year: 1995 NSCAA Premier Diploma: 2002 FAI Qualified Coach: 1989

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Three-time NAIA All-American Defender at Green Mountain College (1990-92) Two-time NAIA District V Player of the Year (1991-92)

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Minnesota Thunder (1993)

years as a head coach in the Tennessee ODP program and spent one season at the helm of the Region III ODP Program. Grant is married to Memphis assistant women’s soccer coach Jodi Grant (formerly Fisher). The couple welcomed the birth of their son, Hayden, in January of 2009. In March of 2011, the Grant’s added Katelyn Presley to the family. Grant’s parents, Richie and Annette, live in Dublin, Ireland, and he has four siblings. His youngest brother, Adam, is a rising senior for the Martin Methodist soccer program.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts starts) and recording five goals (including two game winners) and five assists. “As a former player here, Nick knows the expectations of the program,” Grant said. “He knows the standards of the conference, and he’s played professionally, so he brings a wealth of experience to our players.” Glaser graduated from Memphis in 2001 after earning a de-

Assistant Coach Nick Glaser Nick Glaser Year at Memphis: ............................... 5th Birthdate: ..................................... Feb. 11 Hometown: ........... Hendersonville, Tenn. Alma Mater: ....................Memphis, 2001

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Four-year letterwinner at Memphis (1997-00) C-USA All-Freshman Team (1997) Inaugural Tommy Smith Award Recipient (2000)

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ing the NAIA school to join the Flyers. Glaser began his coaching career by working in the club team ranks. The Hendersonville, Tenn., native served as head coach of the Hendersonville Fever ‘93 team from 2001-04, as well as the Hendersonville Fever ‘91 squad from 2002-03. After graduating from Memphis, Glaser continued his playing career with the Nashville Metros of the A-League and helped the club to the 2001 A-League playoffs, the club’s first postseason appearance since 1998. After one season in Nashville, Glaser spent the 2002 and 2003 A-League seasons with the Cincinnati Riverhawks, leading the club in minutes played in 2003. While at Memphis, Glaser earned Conference USA AllFreshman Team honors. During his first collegiate season, he helped the Tigers to a 10-8-2 record by playing in 20 games (18

Glaser’s Coaching Experience Years 2001-03 2003-04 2005-06 2007-Present

Capacity Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

Year at Memphis: ...............................2nd Birthdate: .....................................Mar. 11 Hometown: ..................... Gainesville, Fla. Alma Mater: ....................Memphis, 2008

Nashville Metros (2001) Cincinnati Riverhawks (2002-03)

University Hendersonville F.C. Cumberland University University of Dayton University of Memphis

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College Highlights • • •

Robert Sausaman joined his alma mater’s staff for the 2010 season. Sausaman spend the 2010 season as a graduate student at the U of M in sports and leisure commerce and business administration. For 2011, Sausaman will be in charge of a defensive group, featuring returners J.J. Greer, Jordan Johnson and Thomas Shannon, as well as two-time Tennessee Player of the Year Chandler Gagnon. Under Sausaman’s direction, Memphis sophomore J.J. Greer converted from forward to the backline and earned the final CUSA Defender of the Week award in 2010.

Four-year letterwinner at Memphis (2005-08) 2007 Tommy Smith Award Recipient Two-time Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Team

As a defender under Richie Grant from 2005-08, Sausaman understands the high level of expectations Grant holds his players and coaches to. Sausaman routinely met and exceeded those expectations during his four years wearing the blue and gray, starting 43 of his 67 appearances during his playing career. Sausaman tallied three goals and four assists during his four years of backline work for the Tigers. Sausaman was part of a stout 2007 defense as a junior that held opponents to a conference-low 0.89 goals-per-game and helped earn seven shutouts for the Tigers. In 2008, Sausaman was one of six senior captains for a veteran Memphis squad.

Sausaman’s Coaching Experience Years 2010-Present

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Entering his fifth season as an assistant on Richie Grant’s coaching staff, Nick Glaser has taken an active role in the squad’s recruiting, scouring the globe for players that will fill the U of M roster with talent, leadership and championship-caliber athletes. In addition to being the point man on recruiting, Glaser is also in charge of a talented group of midfielders. During his time as an assistant with the Tigers, Glaser has coached such talents as Tripp Harkins, Jared Britcher and current Tiger and 2010 Tommy Smith Award recipient Cody McCoy. Glaser, a standout on Tiger soccer teams from 1997-2000, rejoined the team as an assistant coach prior to 2007 after spending the 2005 and 2006 seasons as an assistant coach for Atlantic 10 conference power University of Dayton. From 2003-04, Glaser served as an assistant at Cumberland University, where he worked with the Bulldog men’s and women’s teams before leav-

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gree in marketing and totaled 35 points (11 goals, 12 assists) in 73 games in a Tiger uniform. During his playing career, Glaser became the inaugural winner of the U of M’s Tommy Smith Award, given annually to the Tiger that best represents the qualities of the late Smith, a former Tiger standout in the early 90’s who passed away in 2000.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts A s s i s t a n t C o a c h e s / S u p p o r t S t a ff Sausaman was the 2007 recipient of the Tommy Smith Award, given each year since 2000 to the Tiger who best exemplifies high academic standards, dedication, love of the game and sportsmanship. Sausaman is the second Tommy Smith Award winner on Grant’s staff, joining inaugural winner Nick Glaser. ‘Sauso’ also was a standout in the classroom while completing his undergraduate work, becoming a two-time Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Team member and a recipient of the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal. He was also a three-time honoree on the C-USA All-Academic Team.

Goalkeeper Coach Remco Remco

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Jong Jong

Year at Memphis: ............................... 7th Birthdate: .......................................Nov. 6 Hometown: ..... Amsterdam, Netherlands Alma Mater: .Univ. Van Amsterdam, 1984 Wife:....................Angela de Jong-Angelici Children:.................................Alyssa, Luca

writer/producer and karate instructor in Bartlett. The couple has two children: a daughter, Alyssa, and a son, Luca.

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Remco de Jong enters his seventh season with the University of Memphis men’s soccer program as the volunteer goalkeeping coach. De Jong has helped the U of M goalkeepers become some of the best in the league. In 2011, De Jong will have a plethora of keepers to train. In addition to incumbent starter Jordan Leedle, De Jong will also have an upperclassman to teach in the form of Conor Hurley, a sophomore transfer from Lambuth University. Two talented freshmen will join the Tigers in the fall with Matt Derrington and Cody Uzcategui expected to challenge Leedle and Hurley for the starting job. Under de Jong, former U of M keeper Tyler Strom had the lowest goals-against average in the conference in 2007 with a 0.92 and had the third-best save percentage with a .791. Strom’s 1.17 career GAA also ranks second all-time at Memphis. “Remco is a product of one of the best programs in the world, de Years 1996-00 2001-10 2004-Present

U-18 Netherlands National Championship in 1985-86 Regional Champions 1985-88

so he brings a great deal of expertise to that position,” said Richie Grant. “He’s very committed to improving our young keepers.” A native of Amsterdam, de Jong started playing soccer at Ajax in the Netherlands when he was 10-years-old. As a goalkeeper with Ajax, he played with John van het Schip, Stanly Menzo and Marco van Basten, who coached the Dutch National team to a Round of 16 appearance at the 2006 World Cup. In Holland, de Jong coached the amateur club RKAVIC from 1996-2000. He came to the U.S. in 2001 and began coaching goalkeepers with the West Tennessee Futbol Club Dragons. He is currently in his eighth year with the club that just recently merged with the Tennessee Rush Soccer Club. De Jong’s U-18 team, coached by three-time European Cup champion Johan Cruyff, won the Netherlands National Championship in 1981-82. His Ajax 3 team also won the national championship in 1985-86 and was a regional champion from 1985-88. De Jong is married to Angela de Jong-Angelici, a freelance

Eddie Cantler Assistant Athletic Director

TBA Academic Advisor

Josh Medler Strength & Conditioning

Chris Joyce Marketing

Josh Wood Athletic Trainer

Bryan McEldowney Media Relations

Kelly McGugan Manager

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#4 Liam Collins

Freshman • Forward 5-10 • 165 Memphis, Tenn. Christian Brothers HS Major: Undeclared

Sophomore • Midfield 5-9 • 155 Skiberreen, Ireland Colaiste Stiofain Naofa Major: History

Prior to Memphis Was a prep star at local Christian Brothers High School … At the time of his signing, was the 20th-ranked player in the south by TopDrawerSoccer.com … Was All-Metro and AllState at Christian Brothers for former Tiger star Rogerio Lima … Joined future teammate Chandler Gagnon on the TSWA Division II AllState team … Also played one year of football as the kicker for CBHS … Was twice a Commercial Appeal “Best of Preps” finalist … Part of the Tennessee Olympic Development program … Club-wise, played for MidSouth FC for Richard Butte.

2010 - Freshman Started 16 of 17 games at midfield ... Led the Tigers with six assists, including five in the last two matches ... Netted his first goal in his first match against Belmont, joining teammate Austin Gross in becoming the first Tiger to score in his first match since Kevin Walsh and Jamie Gilbert each scored in the 2006 season opener against Louisville ... 98th-minute golden goal against Central Arkansas gave the Tigers a 2-1 victory over the Bears ... Careerbest three-assist night came against Alabama A&M, when he assisted on two goals from Mark Sherrod, as well as Cody McCoy’s game-winner ... Assisted on both goals in the Personal Tigers 2-0 win against UAB on the Fox Soccer Native of Memphis … Son of Vicki Baltz … Channel “NSCAA Game of the Week,” finding JJ Greer for the winner and Mark Sherrod for Plans to be a psychologist after college. the insurance goal.

#6 Bryce Childers Freshman • Forward 6-3 • 190 Goodlettsville, Tenn. Hendersonville HS Major: Undeclared

Personal Native of Goodlettsville, Tenn. … Son of Billy Childers and Karen Young … Enjoys music and watching sports.

Personal Born Aug. 9 in Cork, Ireland … Parents are John and Veronica Collins … Has two brothers, Mark and Owen … Enjoys listening to music and watching Xavier Hernandez Creus and Andres Iniesta Lujan play together for F.C. Barcelona … When not playing soccer, enjoys playing a variation of soccer known as futsal, which is mostly played indoors … Enjoys pasta and chicken.

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#25 Matt Derrington Freshman • GK 6-2 • 185 Florissant, Mo. Trinity Catholic HS Major: Undeclared Prior to Memphis Played a year at the U.S. Developmental Academy after a storied career for Trinity Catholic High School … As a senior in 2010, was team captain and All-State Goalkeeper of the Year in Class II … Was the net-minder for sectional finalist Trinity Catholic three years in a row … On the club level, played for widely-renowned Scott-Gallagher out of St. Louis … At the time of his signing with Memphis, was ranked the No. 9 player from the Midwest in the 2011 signing class by TopDrawerSoccer.com … Was involved with the Missouri Olympic Development Program for two years. Personal Native of Florissant, Mo. … Son of Jeff and Diana Derrington … Has one younger brother, Tim … In his spare time, enjoys wake boarding, playing sports and hanging out with friends … Plans to be an EMT or firefighter after college.

#19 Parker Duncan Senior • Forward 5-9 • 147 Johnson City, Tenn. Providence Academy Major: Biology 2010 - Junior Tied for the team lead in points (10), the third-consecutive season he has led or shared the lead in points for Memphis ... Led the Tigers in shots on goal with 19 ... Was held without a shot just once (at Missouri State) and did not earn a shot on goal in just two matches (Missouri State and

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Prior to Memphis Four-year letterman at Hendersonville High School, including a member of Hendersonville’s 2010 state championship squad … Played with fellow newcomer Will Linder on the club level with the Brentwood Premier 93 for Ken Heckman, a former Tiger … Part of Tennessee’s Olympic Development Program.

Prior to Memphis Graduated in 2009 from St. Fachtna’s De La Salle College (equivalent to High School) … Attended prep school at Colaiste Stiofan Naofa … Coached by Liam Murphy … Team reached semifinals of Umbro Cup … Also helped lead team to Football Association of Ireland (FAI) U18 Cup Championship … Squad also captured the Munster Cup and were the league champions of the U18 class … Colaiste Stiofan Naofa was the Cork City champion in 2010 … Scored 23 goals from midfield during the U17 season … Notched the most games played on anyone on his U17 and U18 squads during their Cork City campaign.

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2009 - Sophomore Led the Tigers in points (11) and goals (four) for the second-consecutive season ... Joined senior Brian Farrell as one of only two players to start and play in all 16 games in 2009 ... Was second on the team in assists (three) ... Scored goal on a back-heel tap in during 87th minute to tie Bradley and force overtime ... The Tigers came away with a 1-1 tie vs. Bradley to open the season, a match that was featured on Fox Soccer Channel’s “NSCAA Men’s Soccer Game of The Week” ... Had multiple-goal game against UCF (two) and multiple-assist game against Eastern Illinois ... Led the team in shots with 36 and shots on goal with 19. 2008 - Freshman Led the team with six goals and 13 points ... Broke into the starting lineup following his performance against No. 15 SMU ... Scored two goals against FIU, including the first of his career ... Tallied a goal vs. South Carolina off a Ryan Ruble assist in the 77th minute ... Put in a goal against No. 11 Tulsa off a Bradley Jacobs assist ... Had two goals vs. Central Arkansas ... Fed Bradley Jacobs on a 1st-minute goal against Central Arkansas ... Named to C-USA All-Freshman Team and All-C-USA third team ... Tied for the team lead with two game-winning goals ... Started 11-of-18 matches ... Was second on the team with 27 shots and first on the team with 14 shots on goal. Prior to Memphis Four-year letterwinner at Providence Academy for Coach Martin Sells ... Holds school records for single-season goals (40), singleseason assists (27), single-season points (107), career goals (117), career assists (80) and career points (314) ... Won U-16 and U-17 state championships with the Knoxville Football Club under Coach Kyle McCoy ... Re-

gion III ODP Champions in 2005 ... Made it to Personal ODP Nationals in 2006. Native of Cambridge, Wales … Son of Valerie Ellis … Has a sister, Sophie … Enjoys movies Personal and video games in his spare time … FavorSon of Dr. Richard and Lee Anne Duncan ... Born ite book is a biography of Arsenal manager Apr. 23 ... Has two sisters, Taylor and Ellen. Arsene Wenger … Plans to major in sport science while at the University of Memphis, with a goal of pursuing a career in either physical Duncan’s Career Stats therapy or sports psychology … Chose Memphis thanks to its fantastic facilities and his GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 2008 18-11 6 1 13 27 14 2 0-0 respect for Coach Grant. 2009 16-16 4 3 11 36 19 2 0-0 2010 17-15 3 4 10 31 19 1 0-0 Total 51-42 13 8 34 94 52 5 0-0

#3 Scott Elliott Freshman • Defender 5-8 • 165 Broken Arrow, Okla. Broken Arrow HS Major: Undeclared Prior to Memphis Lettered for four years at Broken Arrow High School (alma mater of current Tiger Thomas Shannon), where he was All-Conference in 2009-10 … Also lettered one year for the football team … Academically, was an honor roll, as well as state and National Honor Society student … Played club soccer for Steve Earle for Tulsa 93, where he was team captain for the seven-time state champions. Personal Native of Broken Arrow, Okla. … Son of Russ and Debbie Elliott … Older brother, Matthew, is a United States Marine.

#7 Lewis Ellis Freshman • Forward 5-10 • 175 Wales, United Kingdom Millfield School Major: Undeclared

#5 Chandler Gagnon Freshman • Defender 6-2 • 185 Memphis, Tenn. Evangelical Christian School

Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Starred for nearby Evangelical Christian School ... Two-time Gatorade Tennessee Boys Soccer Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 ... Ranked 23rd in the country among the class of 2011 by CollegeSoccerNews.com and 31st by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... ESPN RISE AllAmerican first-team ... Commercial Appeal “Best of Preps” Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 ... TSWA and Tennessee High School Coaches All-State first team in 2010 and 2011 ... Participated in both the 2010 and 2011 Discover Europe Tour for the United States and served as team captain during the 2011 tour... Long time member of the Tennessee Olympic Development program ... Played on the club level for the Tennessee Rush and Coach Alex Williams ... Is also a black belt in Taekwondo and was a gold medalist at the AAU Junior Olympics. Personal Native of Memphis ... Son of David and Linda Gagnon ... Came to the U of M to try and bring a soccer championship to his hometown university.

Prior to Memphis Played high school soccer at Millfield School, where he was a striker for Coach Terry Akhurst … Was MVP for England champion Millfield … Played club soccer for Clevedon Town FC under Micky Bell.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts #21 J.J. Greer Junior • Defender 6-0 • 165 Cordova, Tenn. Christian Brothers HS Major: Journalism 2010 - Sophomore After seeing limited time in first half of campaign, became a more defense-oriented player and an integral part to the Tiger stretch run ... Started the season at midfield, digging up two assists against Belmont in the season opener ... Had three shots in two of the Tigers’ first three matches (Belmont and North Florida) ... Started against Marshall on Sept. 18, but did not earn another start for almost a month ... In the season’s final week, was moved to center defender ... That move catapulted him to Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Nov. 8 after pacing the defense to two shutouts against Alabama A&M and UAB ... Against UAB, headed in the game-winning goal in the 48th minute ... The game winner was the firrst of his career.

scored in 2009 ... Competed at the club level for the Tulsa Soccer Club ... Coached at club level by Steve Earle ... Played for same club team as current Tiger Thomas Shannon ... Club team was a Region III Quarterfinalist in 2007, United States Youth Soccer Association National Tournament participant in 2005 and 2006 and Dallas Cup Finalist in 2008 ... Also won Region III Championships with TSC ‘91 in 2005 and 2006 and won the state championship six-straight seasons from 2003-08 ... Led team in goals scored in Premier League West for 2006 and 2007 ... Competed for Oklahoma Olympic Development Program.

Personal Son of WMC-TV Sports Director Jarvis Greer, a former football letterwinner for the Tigers from 1976-77, and Emily Greer ... Full name is Jarvis Greer Jr. ... Born Feb. 4.

Personal Full name is James Austin Gross ... Born July 10 in Tulsa, Okla. ... Parents are James and Karen Gross … Was a Special Olympics peer tutor in high school ... Also served as a member of the Native American Club in high school, as well as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Key Club and Disc Golf Club.

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#8 Austin Gross Sophomore • Forward 6-0 • 185 Tulsa, Okla. Jenks HS Major: Special Education

2010 - Freshman Made six starts for the Tigers at midfield and forward ... Started the season opener against Belmont, netting a goal ... Joined teammate Liam Collins as the first newcomers to score in their Tiger debuts since Jamie Gilbert and Kevin Walsh in 2006 ... Netted a goal against North Florida, one of five Tigers to score on the Ospreys ... Started the final two games, Prior to Memphis which the Tigers won by a combined score of Competed at the high school level for Chris- 10-0. tian Brothers High School in Memphis ... Named ESPN Rise All-American second team Prior to Memphis All-American ... Helped lead the Purple Wave Played varsity soccer for Jenks High School to the state championship game all four years ...Coached in high school by John Timmons ... of high school ... Part of team that led CBHS Lettered four seasons in soccer at Jenks High to 11th-straight region championship in 2009 School ... Earned all-state honors as a junior in ... Key part of 2009 Tennessee state champi- the state of Oklahoma ... Led his team in goals

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#17 Andreas Guentner Junior • Midfield 6-0 • 170 Regensburg, Germany Werner von Siemens Major: International Business/ German

2010 - Sophomore Versatile German earned his keep all over the pitch as a sophomore ... Missed the seasonopener against Belmont due to suspension but was in the starting 11 for every match after that ... Third on the 2010 Tiger squad with 1,414 minutes played, one of three Tigers to log more than 1,400 minutes of playing time ... 16 shots on the season was fourth-highest team total ... Scored twice against Alabama A&M, one of three Tigers with multigoal games against the Bulldogs ... Injury forced him to adopt a home on the backline throughout parts of 2010, but will most likely wind up back at his natural position of central midfielder in 2011.

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2009 - Freshman Named to C-USA All-Freshman Team in 2009 ... Led the Tigers in assists with five ... At one time in the early portion of the season, was ranked in the top-10 nationally for assists ... Scored first career goal against UMKC in UAB “Soccer For A Cure” Classic ... Had one goal and five assists in first seven games of the season ... Was held in check for remaining nine games as opposing defenses started keying in on him ... Had multiple assist game against Central Arkansas in 2009 Memphis Classic ... Second on team for shots (28) and third for shots on goal (12) ... Part of freshman class responsible for 10-of-20 goals scored and 8-of-17 assists.

onship squad, scoring 16 goals and tallying seven assists ... Earned all-metro honors as a sophomore and junior ... Selected to the all-state team as a sophomore and junior ... Selected Commercial Appeal “Best of Preps” Player of the Year in 2009 ... Coached by former Memphis soccer player, Rogerio Lima, a first team all-conference pick in 1996 and 1997 ... Member of the Tennessee ODP State team for six seasons ... Played in Costa Rica for ODP team ... Competed at the club level for Midsouth Futbol Club for Richard Bute ... Helped lead club team to state runner-up finish in club team’s first year of existence.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s 2009 - Freshman Named to C-USA All-Freshman team and AllC-USA third team in his first season at the U of M ... Tallied two goals and one assist for the Tigers in 2009 ... Scored first career goal in 4-3 upset of No. 23 Drake in Birmingham, Ala. ... Second goal came on a laser from 25 yards out placed perfectly into the top part of the net against FIU ... Had an assist on Rick Alleman’s goal against Marshall ... Played center back, fullback, defensive midfielder and center midfielder for the Tigers. Prior to Memphis Won North Bavarian Championship as a member of Werner von Siemens Gymnasium squad prep career ... Competed for the Junior Bundesliga ... Played for Jahn Regensburg II ... Also played 24 games for Bavarian squad and one contest for German squad.

Personal Native of Dublin, Ireland … Son of Noelle and George Hurley … Has three siblings (Cillian, Sibeal and Aiden) … Outside of soccer, enjoys golfing and going to the gym … Plans to major in accounting while at the U of M.

#11 Jordan Johnson Junior • Defender 5-10 • 150 Hendersonville, Tenn. Hendersonville HS

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies

2010 - Sophomore On the field for four shut-outs in 2010 ... Played the full time in nine matches, including an 110-minute tilt against Kentucky in a double-overtime draw .... Finished fourth on the team with 1,281 minutes played.

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Personal Son of Gerald and Iris Guentner ... Regensburg, Germany, native was born July 21. 2009 - Freshman Started 14-of-15 games played for the Tigers G u e n t n e r ’ s C a r e e r S t a t s in the back four ... Helped the Tigers to six shutouts during the 2009 season, including GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT blank slates against Conference USA oppo2009 16-16 2 1 5 20 8 1 0-0 nents South Carolina and FIU ... Played 1,108 2010 16-16 2 0 4 16 6 0 0-0 Total 32-32 4 1 9 36 14 1 0-0 total minutes for the Tigers in 2009 ... Was part of freshman class that had four players start more than 14 games in 2009 ... Attempted three shots on the season, including one #1 Conor Hurley shot on goal against Vermont.

Sophomore • GK 6-1 • 190 Dublin, Ireland Lambuth University Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Coached at the high school level by Russ Plummer ... Helped lead high school team to three-straight Tennessee state tournament appearances and one state runner-up finish in his freshman season ... High school captured district, regional and sectional championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... Selected to the Tennessee State ODP team ... Played club soccer for three different teams during his youth, most recently for the NPSA and the Harpreth Futbol Club ... Coached at NPSA by Eric Vaughter and at Harpreth FC by Andrew Walls.

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#12 Dennis Kennetz Jr. Junior • Midfield 6-1 • 180 Cordova, Tenn. Gardner-Webb Univ. Major: Biology 2010 - Sophomore Gardner-Webb transfer provided depth in the midfield for Memphis in 2010 ... Missed season’s first two matches, but found his footing against North Florida with a 20-minute appearance ... Made first start against No. 5 nationally ranked Tulsa, playing 25 minutes ... Saw a career-high 62 minutes of action off the bench against Kentucky ... Started and took his first career shot against Missouri State ... Picked up an assist off the bench on Andreas Guentner’s 73rd-minute goal against Alabama A&M. Prior to Memphis Appeared in nine games as a freshman for the Runnin’ Bulldogs in 2009 ... Had no goals or assists for Gardner-Webb ... Did attempt three shots ... Four-year starter at St. Benedict at Auburndale High School in Cordova, Tenn. ... Posted nine goals and 10 assists as a freshman and was voted best midfielder by his teammates ... Tallied 10 goals and 10 assists as a sophomore and was voted best attacker by his team ... Recorded 12 goals and 10 assists as a junior, earning all-metro, all-region, all-state and team MVP honors ... Tallied 12 goals and 12 assists in his senior campaign, again earning all-metro, all-region, all-state and team MVP honors ... Played four years with the MidSouth Futbol Club team, recording at least 17 assists and double figures in goals in two of those four years ... Member of the Tennessee ODP team from 2003-07, including a trip to Nationals in 2005.

Prior to Memphis Was the starting keeper for Lambuth University, going 12-5-2 with six shutouts for the Eagles … Had a 0.87 goals-against-average, 26th-best in the NAIA ... Helped Lambuth to the A.I.I. Conference finals … Before coming to the U.S. to attend school, competed for and captained storied Irish prep program Colaiste Ide, the same program that has produced a number of star Tigers as well as head Personal coach Richie Grant … His keeping led Colaiste Son of Barbara and Ollie Johnson ... Has one Personal A Cordova, Tenn. native ... Son of Dennis and brother, Josh ... Born Apr. 10. Ide to the CFAI Final in 2010. Peggy Kennetz ... Has one sister, Lindsey ... Born Oct. 11.

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#22 Jordan Leedle r-Junior • Goalkeeper 5-10 • 160 Franklin, Tenn. Brentwood HS Major: Finance 2010 - Sophomore Won the starting keeper job and had several strong outings ... Earned four shutouts in his first season on the job ... Made 33 saves on the season, including a season-high seven stops against Charlotte ... Nabbed shutouts in two of season’s first three matches against Belmont and North Florida ... Made five saves in 110-minute thriller against Kentucky to earn a draw ... Earned shutouts in seasons final two matches, including a 2-0 defeat of UAB on Fox Soccer Channel’s “NSCAA Game of the Week.”

90 Blue under Coach Ajit Korgaokar ... Won utes played with 1,461 ... Took a career-high the state championships five times ... Played 21 shots ... Had single-game high three shots on the Tennessee ODP team from 2002-07. on three different occasions (UMKC, SIUEdwardsville and South Carolina) ... Earned Personal first career point against Tulsa by assisting Son of Ben and Donna Leedle ... Born Mar. 7 on Parker Duncan’s 70th-minute goal ... Fol... Has a younger sister, Hannah. lowed that up the next game with his first career goal, which tied the match at 1-1, in the 37th minute against Central Arkansas ... Leedle’s Career Stats Earned the game-winner against Alabama A&M with his 10th-minute goal ... Was only GP-GS MIN GAA SV W L T 2008 1-1 90:00 4 4 0 1 0 removed from five matches in 2010. 2009 -Did Not Play2010 13-12 1154:55 18 Total 14-13 1254:55 22

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#9 Will Linder Freshman • Midfield 6-0 • 155 Franklin, Tenn. Ravenwood HS Major: Undeclared

Prior to Memphis Three-year letterwinner at Brentwood for Coach Mike Purcell ... Named all-state in 2006 and 2007, all-mid state in 2007 and all-district in 2007 ... Had a 0.47 goals-against average and recorded 11 shutouts in 2007 with a 9-22 record ... Had a career record of 40-3-3 as a starter with 30 career shutouts ... Team won state championship in 2005 ... Tied for school record with most shutouts in a single season (15) ... Played for the Tennessee Football Club

2009 - Sophomore Started 15-of-16 games for the Tigers as defensive midfielder ... Was one of six players to appear in all 16 games during the 2009 season, joining seniors Michael Goodlett and Brian Farrell, fellow sophomore Parker Duncan and freshmen Jon Wright and J.J. Greer ... Attempted eight shots, including one shot on goal on the season ... Appeared in a total of 1,350 minutes for the Tigers. 2008 - Freshman Broke into the starting lineup against Western Illinois with his high-energy play at midfield ... Was named to the all-tournament team at the Smith Barney/Nike Soccer Classic in Burlington, Vt. ... Started 11 games and appeared in 15 ... Missed the Creighton, Central Arkansas and FIU games due to injury ... Appeared in the third-most minutes of any U of M newcomer behind Parker Duncan and Thomas Shannon.

Prior to Memphis Four-year letterwinner for Coach George Ashe at Knoxville West ... Scored 24 goals and tallied 13 assists as a senior, leading his team to the state semifinals ... All-state selection as a senior ... Named the 2005 Newcomer of the Year ... Selected all-region and all-district in 2006 and 2007 ... Was selected as region #10 Cody McCoy MVP in 2008 ... In 2006, named team offensive MVP and Knoxville News-Sentinel Prep Senior • Midfield Extra second team ... Named all-state, team 5-9 • 150 MVP and first team Knoxville News-Senteinel Knoxville, Tenn. Prep Extra in 2007 ... 2008 Prep Extra Player West HS of the Year ... Netted 17 goals and 11 assists Major: Biology in 2007 ... Played club soccer for the Knoxville FC Crush Arsenal for his father, Coach Kyle McCoy ... Club team won three state cham2010 - Junior Started every match for Memphis in 2010 at pionships ... Six-year starter at attacking midmidfield and was second on the team in min- field for the Tennessee 90 ODP team ... Team

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Prior to Memphis Four-year letterman at Ravenwood High School … All-state as a junior, as well as district MVP … Named to the NSCAA All-Region III South team … Played at the club level for Brentwood Premier under the tutelage of Ken 2009 - Redshirt Freshman Heckman … Named Brentwood Soccer Club’s Served as backup goalkeeper to Michael “Star of Tomorrow” in 2010 … Scholastically, Goodlett, along with Cody Gibson and Frank was school’s “Student Athlete of Merit” from Petersen ... Did not see any game action in 2007-10. 2009. Personal 2008 - Freshman Native of Franklin, Tenn. … Son of Fred and Started the first game of the season in goal Marla Linder … Has one brother, Sam … Befor the Tigers against Bradley before missing sides soccer, enjoys working out and playing the rest of the season due to injury ... Gave the guitar … Following his collegiate career, up four goals and picked up one save against plans to become a physician’s assistant. the Braves.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s was the Region III champions and National ry ... Coached by Paschal Dunne ... Graduated ODP semifinalists ... 2007 Adidas ESP camp from Francisco Beltrao Porto Alegre. participant. Personal Personal Born on Dec. 29 in Francisco Beltrao, Brazil ... Son of Kyle and Patsy McCoy ... Born May 19 Parents are Celso and Angela Reichert … Has ... Has one younger brother, Jack, and two one brother, Felipe … Favorite professional younger sisters, Keagan and Kiley. team is Palmeiras … Majoring in international business.

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#15 Tiago Reichert

Freshman • Forward 6-0 • 165 Madison, Ala. Bob Jones HS

r-Junior • Forward 6-1 • 180 Francisco Beltrao, Brazil Martin Methodist College

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Gross’ 75th-minute goal in the season opener against Belmont ... Netted two goals and an assist against North Florida in the UAB “Soccer for a Cure” Classic on his way to all-tournament honors ... Converted a penalty kick, his second of the season and fifth in a row, agaisnt UMKC ... Assisted on Mark Sherrod’s 81st-minute goal against SIU-Edwardsville ... Played the full time in seven of nine matches ... Season was ended following a knee injury, against Central Arkansas ... Should be fully rehabilitated by the start of the 2011 season. 2009 - Sophomore Started 12 games and appeared in 13 in the Tigers’ back four ... Was second on the team for goals (three) and tied for third for assists (two) ... His three goals were the last three the Tigers scored in 2009 ... Two were in victories against SIU-E and to end the season at home against South Carolina ... Helped the Tigers to six shutouts, including blank slates against C-USA foes South Carolina and FIU. 2008 - Freshman Started 17 games at midfielder and defender for the Tigers ... Scored two goals and tallied two assists ... Was tied for third on the team in points (6) ... Tied for second on the team in assists ... Appeared in all 19 Memphis games and was the only Tiger to play in every game ... Opened his young Memphis career with two goals against his hometown university, Oral Roberts, in the second game of the season ... Assisted on Bradley Jacobs’ first-minute goal against Central Arkansas ... Named to the all-tournament team at the Memphis Diadora Classic.

2010 - Junior Appeared in three matches before injury ended his season ... Took three shots, putting two on net, in the opener against Belmont ... Started the season’s second match against Oral Roberts, playing 44 minutes and logging a shot on goal ... Scored a goal in one minute of play agaisnt North Florida before suffering the season-ending injury.

Prior to Memphis Five-time Alabama state champion on the club level for Huntsville Futbol Club, most recently in 2008 … State finalist on the club level in 2010 … Twice scored 10 or more goals during club season … Captain and senior leader for Bob Jones High School in 2011, under Coach Uwe Spiller … Scholastically, was school’s National Honor Society president and a member of Mu Alpha Theta.

Prior to Memphis Attended Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tenn., for first two years of college ... Was named to All-TranSouth Conference first team in 2008 and 2009 … Picked Freshman of the Year for TranSouth Conference in 2008 … Led team in goals with seven in 2009 … Scored 12 goals for the RedHawks as a freshman … Tallied three assists during his sophomore campaign in 2009 … Had seven assists as a freshman … Helped Martin Methodist capture 2009 TranSouth Conference Tournament Championship … Tallied two goals in conference championship game to help Martin Methodist past No. 1 Bethel … Also was vital in helping RedHawks advance to quarterfinals of the NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship … 2009’s National Championship appearance was the first in the program’s histo-

Personal Native of Madison, Ala. … Son of Mark and Sherry Rist … Has one brother, Justin … Enjoys traveling and the outdoors … While at Prior to Memphis Memphis, plans to major in Biomedical En- Four-year letterwinner at Broken Arrow for coaches Terry Strombeck and Mark Shannon gineering. ... Selected all-conference and all-district in 2006, 2007 and 2008 and all-metro in 2007 #16 Thomas Shannon and 2008 ... Selected as 2008 all-metro Player of the Year ... Named the 2008 Oklahoma GaSenior • Defender torade Player of the Year ... Led team in scor6-1 • 169 ing his senior season with 42 points ... MemBroken Arrow, Okla. ber of the Tulsa Soccer Club ... Six-time state Broken Arrow HS Major: Biomedical Engineering champions and two-time Region III champions ... Voted team captain for seven years ... Member of Oklahoma ODP travel team ... Played for the Oklahoma Falcons PDL team ... 2010 - Junior Was fourth-leading scorer despite play- Wendy’s High School Heisman winner ... In ing only nine matches ... Assisted on Austin top three percentile of graduating class.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Personal nessee Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year ... 2009 Son of Mark and Kathy Shannon ... Born Aug. Knoxville News-Sentinel Prep Extra Player of 31 ... Has a sister, Jessica, and a brother, Sam. the Year ... An all-state selection from 200609 ... Earned first team all-district in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... Was his high school Shannon’s Career Stats team’s MVP during his freshman and sophomore seasons ... Led his district and region in GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 2008 19-17 2 2 6 11 4 0 0-0 goals as a freshman, sophomore and junior 2009 13-12 3 2 8 8 5 1 3-3 at Carter High School ... Finished career with 2010 9-9 3 3 9 10 4 0 2-2 172 goals and 50 assists, both Carter High Total 41-38 8 7 23 29 13 1 5-5 School records ... Served as high school team captain during his junior season ... A member of Tennessee ODP for three seasons. #2 Mark Sherrod r-Sophomore • Forward

6-3 • 185 Knoxville, Tenn. Carter HS

Major: Civil Engineering

Personal Son of Sonny and Diane Sherrod ... Has one brother, Will ... Born Aug. 13.

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Personal Born Sept. 6 in Knoxville, Tenn. ... Son of Pat and Kevan Thompson ... Has one brother, Luke ... Enjoys playing soccer and football ... Other favorite hobbies include going to the lake, going to movies, driving and playing Warcraft ... Favorite professional soccer team is F.C. Barcelona.

Thompson’s Career Stats GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 2010 6-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0

#24 Patrick Toh Jr. Freshman • F/MF 5-10 • 149 Monrovia, Liberia Spring (Texas) HS Major: Undeclared Prior to Memphis Standout at forward and in the midfield for Coach Jonny Gonzales at Spring (Texas) High School, where he was the team’s 2011 MVP and captain … ESPN Rise All-American and allstate … Two-time all-district first team pick … Scored 47 career goals at Spring High, including 20 in 2010 … Played club soccer for the Texas Rush. Personal One of seven children of Mary and Patrick Toh Sr. ... Originally from Monrovia, Liberia … Plans to major in marketing management at the U of M … Chose to come to Memphis for the soccer and the great educational opportunities.

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2010 - Redshirt Freshman Became a focal point of the Tiger offense in 2010, mustering four goals in his first season #18 Tanner Thompson ... Assisted on the Tigers’ first goal of 2010, feeding Parker Duncan in the 15th minute Sophomore • Defender against Belmont ... Scored his first career goal 6-0 • 175 against SIU-Edwardsville in the 81st minute ... Knoxville, Tenn. Led Tigers in shots with 38 on the season ... West HS Scored three goals in back-to-back victories Major: Undeclared to end the season with two against Alabama A&M and his 82nd-minute insurance goal in the season finale against UAB. 2010 - Freshman Saw action in six contests for the Tigers ... 2009 - Freshman Played in both matches of the UAB “SocMissed entire season due to injury suffered cer for a Cure” Classic against North Florida prior to arriving at Memphis. (13 minutes) and Charlotte (six minutes) ... Also saw action in both matches of the SIUPrior to Memphis Edwardsville Tournament, getting in seven Signed with the U of M after competing for minutes of time against both UMKC and SIUtwo seasons as a member of the Knoxville E ... Played a season-high 17 minutes against Football Club ... Named ESPN Rise all-amer- Alabama A&M. ican third team ... Coached by John Craven as a member of the Knoxville Football Club, Prior to Memphis the same club that produced Memphis team- Competed at high school level at Knoxville mates Cody McCoy and Parker Duncan ... West High School ... Coached by current Won the 2007 and 2008 state championship Memphis player Cody McCoy’s father, Kyle at the club level as a member of the Knoxville McCoy ... Helped lead team to 2008 state Football Club ... Club team also won the Divi- semifinals ... In 2009, led West High School to sion III Premier League Championship in 2008 a 14-5-3 record ... Named all-state as a junior ... Played two seasons on the Lakeway Kickers ... Competed at the club level for the Knoxclub team ... Coach for the Lakeway Kickers ville Futbol Club ... Coached by John Craven was Mike McDonald ... Attended Carter High ... Helped lead team to five state championSchool in Knoxville, where he was coached by ships and two premiere league championGene Chunn ... Named 2009 Gatorade Ten- ships ... Club was regional quarterfinalist in

2009 ... Played forward and defender in high school and at club level ... Also played football for West High School ... Was a running back, strong safety, kicker and punter.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts P l ay e r B i o s #0 Cody Uzcategui Freshman • GK 6-2 • 180 Orlando, Fla. West Orange HS

Major: International Business

Personal Born Nov. 26 in Texarkana, Texas ... Parents are Bennett and Velesha Williams … Enjoys poetry.

Williams’ Career Stats GP-GS G A Pts Sh SOG GW PK-ATT 2010 13-1 1 1 3 6 2 0 0-0

Prior to Memphis Competed for the prestigious IMG Academy for a year following graduation from West Orange High School… Converted from midfield to keeper after his freshman year at West Orange ... As a senior, served as team captain and earned all-metro first team honor … Played for Keith Fulk and Scottie Dean at IMG, and Scott Fisher at West Orange High. Personal Hails from Orlando, Fla. … Son of Ernesto and Holly Uzcategui … Has a younger brother, Kyle … Enjoys going to the beach, golfing and movies in his spare time … Plans to major in international business while at Memphis.

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2010 - Freshman Solid contributor off the bench as a freshman ... Appeared in 13 matches, including a start at UCF ... Took six shots as a forward during his freshman season ... Scored one goal, a 42nd-minute strike against Marshall ... In a season-high 36 minutes of action, fired a shot and assisted on Liam Collins’ game-winner to beat Central Arkansas. Prior to Memphis Competed at club level for Chicago Fire Juniors of Mississippi ... Coached at club level by Steve Decou ... Part of Mississippi Olympic Development Program ... Competed at high school level for Madison Central High School ... Coached by Jay Harrison ... Named all-state as a junior ... Had 20 goals and eight assists for Madison Central ... Team went 16-1-1 in 2009 ... Also member of the track team in high school.

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Tigers Lose Two Seniors

Two Tigers played their last matches for Memphis in 2010. While it was one of the smaller classes to depart, the student athletes that graduated from the program will be sorely missed in the coming seasons. Eric Trujillo walked on to the program in the fall of 2006, becoming the first player to ever walk on to one of head coach Richie Grant’s teams. “Rudy,” as he was known to teammates, appeared in five matches in 2010 and 14 in his career, including two starts. He scored one goal. Rory O’Connor came to Memphis in 2008 after a one-year stopover at Lambuth. In three seasons at the U of M, O’Connor started 39 of 44 games he played in, going over 1,000 minutes in each season. O’Connor helped the Tigers to 12 shutouts during his time at Memphis, including four in 2010. A tough, rugged defender, Rory was durable enough to play the full time in 13 of 17 matches during his senior season, including a grueling 110 minute draw with Kentucky.

Memphis Defeats UAB on Fox Soccer’s Game of the Week

After opening 2009 under the bright lights of television cameras, the Tigers ended the 2010 campaign in the same manner, as one of the two teams selected to play in the Fox Soccer Channel’s “NSCAA Game of the Week” along with arch-rival UAB. Though Memphis had been eliminated from tournament contention and the Blazers had clinched their spot in the six-squad tournament, the Tigers pulled off the upset, stunning the Blazers in a 2-0 contest the Tigers controlled from start to finish. Just after the half, JJ Greer notched his season’s first goal, coming on a header off a Liam Collins corner. Greer’s performance in this game helped him earn C-USA Defensive Player of the Week honors, the first of his career. Collins and junior Parker Duncan assisted Mark Sherrod for his fourth goal of 2010 in the 82nd minute, giving Memphis the upset and ending the Tiger season on a two-match winning streak. Jordan Leedle made two stops for his fifth victory and fourth shutout.

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Offensive Explosions

When Memphis was victorious in 2010, seldom was it by a small margin. Four of the Tigers’ five victories were by at least two goals, and three times, Memphis defeated foes by four of more goals. Overall, the Tigers went 5-0 when scoring two or more goals in a game. The Tigers started the season off with a bang, routing Belmont in the season opener 4-0. Austin Gross and Liam Collins became the first freshmen to score in their Memphis debuts since Kevin Walsh and Jamie Gilbert did so against Louisville in 2006. In Memphis’ first game at the UAB “Soccer for a Cure” Classic, the Tigers destroyed North Florida, scoring a tournament-record six goals and shutting out the Ospreys 6-0. Junior Thomas Shannon led the offensive surge with two goals. Later in the season, Memphis enjoyed a record-scoring performance against Alabama A&M, defeating the Bulldogs via an 8-0 drubbing. Freshman Gordy Gurson produced Memphis’ first hat-trick since Kevin Walsh did so against Marshall in 2006. As a squad, the eight goals Memphis scored is the most in one contest since the Tigers routed Lipscomb 10-0 in 2001.

Classroom Excellence

Scholastically, the Tigers’ 2010-11 academic year was one of the best in program history. Twenty U of M soccer players were named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, including four (Parker Duncan, Austin Gross, Andreas Guentner, Maxim Van Dyck) who received the C-USA Academic Medal. For the second year in a row and third time in school history, the men’s soccer program was honored with an NSCAA Team Academic Award, becoming one of 194 men’s soccer teams in the nation to be so honored. Junior Parker Duncan made his second-consecutive CoSIDA District IV All-Academic Team and joined teammate Andreas Guentner on the C-USA All-Academic Team. During the spring, two more Tigers (JJ Greer and Jordan Johnson) were among a school-record 19 Memphis athletes to be named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sport Scholars.

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squad made a trek over to St. Jude Children’s Hospital to visit with patients and learn about what goes on at one of the nation’s leading medical centers for children. Prior to the Tigers “Kicks for a Cause” spring match with Colaiste Ide, Memphis stopped by the 2011 charity match’s beneficiaries at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, visiting with the young patients, signing autographs and handing out soccer balls.

International Foes Take on the Tigers Twice during the 2010-11 school year, the U of M soccer squad hosted opponents from outside the borders of the United States. In the 2010 preseason, Brazilian power Botafogo sent a squad to Memphis the Tigers defeated the Fogao 1-0 before a crowd of 877 at the Mike Rose Soccer Complex. Junior Thomas Shannon scored the lone Tiger goal off a Maxim Van Dyck corner kick to take down the visitors from Rio de Janeiro, which was one of a dozen squads to earn the distinction as a “Club of the Century” by FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association) in 2000. The match was part of the “Copa Memphis” event designed to bring teams of all ages from around the country and the world to Memphis for a week of soccer. In the spring of 2011, Memphis hosted its annual spring match with Irish prep power (and former stomping grounds for current Memphis head coach Richie Grant), Colaiste Ide. Colaiste Ide has provided the U of M with several players over the years, including departing senior Rory O’Connor who played in the spring match for Memphis against his old squad. Nearly 1,400 spectators packed into Mike Rose (the third match in a year that drew more than 1,000 fans) to watch the Tigers jump out to an early 1-0 lead, thanks to a goal by Mark Sherrod. Though the visitors from Ireland tied it up in the waning seconds of the match for a 1-1 draw, the night was a great one for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, which benefitted from the night by raking in nearly $3,000 in donations.

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The Tiger soccer team’s youth movement blossomed in 2010, with a lack of upperclassmen providing ample opportunities for younger Tigers to assume large roles early on. Among last season’s freshmen and sophomores, 13 played in 10 or more games, while six started 10 or more contests. Five times in 2010, Memphis trotted out a starting 11 that featured at least five freshmen. The Tigers went 1-4 in those contests, including a 4-0 drubbing of Belmont to open the season. Up front, the Tigers got a push from Mark Sherrod, a redshirt freshman who sat out his first season at Memphis with an injury. Sherrod led the Tigers with four goals and tied for the team lead in points with 10. Freshman Liam Collins equaled Sherrod’s team lead with 10 points, six of which came via assists. The Skibbereen, Ireland, native led all freshmen with 16 starts and was one of three first-year players to see over 1,000 minutes of action. His midfield running mate, sophomore Andreas Guentner, was one of only three Tigers to play more than 1,400 minutes despite missing the season opener due to suspension. He started every game after that (one of four Tigers with 16 starts), knocking home two goals. Freshman Austin Gross chipped in two goals, primarily as a change-ofpace offensive player off the bench. Along with classmate B.J. Williams, Gross is expected to provide even more of a lift next season, and is likely to be in the starting lineup more than his six starts in 2011. Williams appeared in 13 matches, with one start. He scored a goal and assisted on another in just 300 minutes of action in 2010. The defense picked up several stalwarts, including sophomore J.J. Greer. An All-C-USA Freshman Team selection as a forward in 2009, Greer fluctuated between forward and midfield for much of 2010, before finding a home on the backline. In the season’s final week, Greer led Memphis’ defense to two shutouts, including one in the season finale against UAB on his way to earning C-USA Defensive Player of the Week honors. After a revolving door of Tigers took a shot at winning the right back job opposite Belgian Maxim Van Dyck last fall, sophomore Jordan Johnson latched on to the position and made it his own, starting 15 games and ranking second among Tiger defenders with nearly 1,300 minutes played. Though he began the year laid up with injury, sophomore Dennis Kennetz

Jr. came back to play 11 games, including two starts, in his first year as a Tiger after transferring from Gardner-Webb. Sophomore netminder Jordan Leedle went 5-7-1 in his first season as the regular man between the pipes, making 33 saves and earning four shutouts.

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts 2010 Statistics Record All Games.............................................. Conference............................................ Non-Conference...................................

Overall 5-11-1 1-6-1 4-5-0

Home 4-4-0 1-3-0 3-1-0

Away 0-5-1 0-3-1 0-2-0

Individual Statistics

Team Statistics

No. PLAYER GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 19 DUNCAN, Parker 17-15 3 4 10 31 .097 19 .613 1 0-0 4 COLLINS, Liam 17-16 2 6 10 15 .133 10 .667 1 0-0 2 SHERROD, Mark 17-15 4 2 10 38 .105 13 .342 0 0-0 16 SHANNON, Thomas 9-9 3 3 9 10 .300 4 .400 0 2-2 3 GURSON, Gordy 8-0 3 2 8 9 .333 5 .556 0 0-0 6 MONDRAGON, Hugo 11-5 2 1 5 7 .286 4 .571 0 0-0 10 MCCOY, Cody 17-17 2 1 5 21 .095 8 .381 1 0-0 21 GREER, J.J. 17-9 1 3 5 16 .062 7 .438 1 0-0 17 GUENTNER, Andreas 16-16 2 0 4 16 .125 6 .375 0 0-0 8 GROSS, Austin 17-6 2 0 4 14 .143 6 .429 0 0-0 20 WILLIAMS, BJ 13-1 1 1 3 6 .167 2 .333 0 0-0 14 KEENE, Jamal 15-9 1 0 2 12 .083 6 .500 0 0-0 15 REICHERT, Tiago 3-1 1 0 2 5 .200 4 .800 1 0-0 9 VAN DYCK, Maxim 17-12 0 2 2 5 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 12 KENNETZ, JR, Dennis 11-2 0 1 1 2 .000 1 .500 0 0-0 24 THORNTON, Adam 2-0 0 1 1 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 5 O’CONNOR, Rory 17-16 0 0 0 4 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 23 PORTER, Chris 9-2 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 13 GARCIA, Will 10-4 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 18 THOMPSON, Tanner 6-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 11 JOHNSON, Jordan 17-15 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 7 TRUJILLO, Eric 4-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Total 17 27 27 81 214 .126 96 .449 5 2-2 Opponents 17 28 32 88 170 .165 83 .488 11 0-0 No. 22 1 TM

GOALTENDERS LEEDLE, Jordan HUNTER, Martin Team Total Opponents

GP-GS 13-12 6-4 - 17 17

Minutes 1154:55 405:55 0:00 1560:50 1560:50

GA 18 10 0 28 27

Avg 1.40 2.22 0.00 1.61 1.56

Saves 33 19 3 55 69

Pct .647 .655 1.000 .663 .719

W 5 0 0 5 11

L 7 4 0 11 5

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Game-by-Game Breakdown Date Opponent W/L Score Attend 9/1/10 Belmont W 4-0 183 9/3/10 Oral Roberts L 0-1 205 9/10/10 North Florida$ W 6-0 N/A 9/11/10 Charlotte$ L 0-4 N/A 9/18/10 Marshall* L 1-2 583 9/24/10 UMKC# L 1-2 744 9/26/09 at SIU-Edwardsville# L 1-2 288 10/2/10 No. 5 Tulsa* L 1-2 513 10/5/10 Central Arkansas W 2-1 157 10/9/10 at UCF* L 0-3 611 10/12/10 at FIU* L 0-2 301 10/17/10 at Kentucky* T 1-1 1,290 10/23/10 No. 6 SMU* L 0-3 613 10/26/10 at Missouri State L 0-2 332 10/31/10 at South Carolina* L 0-3 1,374 11/3/10 Alabama A&M W 8-0 157 11/5/10 UAB* W 2-0 1,057

Tiger Scorers (Assists) Duncan (Sherrod, Greer), Mondragon, Gross (Shannon, Duncan), Collins (Greer) Reichert (Van Dyck, Mondragon), Mondragon (Collins), Duncan (Van Dyck), Shannon (PK), Shannon (Sherrod), Gross (Gurson, Shannon) Williams (Greer) Shannon (PK) Sherrod (Shannon) Duncan (McCoy) McCoy, Collins (Wlliams, Duncan) Keene McCoy (Collins), Sherrod (Collins), Gurson, Guentner (Gurson), Sherrod (Collins), Gurson (Duncan), Guentner (Kennetz Jr), Gurson (Thornton) Greer (Collins), Sherrod (Collins, Duncan)

* Conference USA Matches # SIU-E Tournament $ UAB Soccer For A Cure Classic

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Neutral 1-2-0 0-0-0 1-2-0

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Shot Statistics Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored average Shot pct. Shots on goal - Attempts SOG pct. Shots per Game Assists CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS Penalties Yellow cards Red cards Attendance Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

MEM 27-214 1.59 .126 96-214 .449 12.6 27 95 2-2

Opp 28-170 1.65 .165 83-170 .488 10.0 32 63 0-0

MEM 12 0

Opp 19 0

MEM 3468 8/434 3/248

Opp 4196 6/699

Goals by Period MEM Opponents

1st 10 8

2nd 16 19

OT OT2 Total 1 0 27 1 0 28

Shots by Period MEM Opponents

1st 91 66

2nd 116 86

OT OT2 Total 5 2 214 6 3 170

Saves by Period MEM Opponents

1st 26 32

2nd 27 36

OT OT2 Total 1 1 55 1 0 69

Corner Kicks MEM Opponents

1st 51 27

2nd 42 33

OT OT2 Total 0 2 95 2 1 63

Fouls by Period MEM Opponents

1st 97 93

2nd 133 110

OT OT2 Total 3 0 233 4 2 209

Category Leaders Points 19 Parker Duncan 2 Mark Sherrod 4 Liam Collins 16 Thomas Shannon 3 Gordy Gurson

G 3 4 2 3 3

A 4 2 6 3 2

Pts 10 10 10 9 8

Goals 2 Mark Sherrod 19 Parker Duncan 16 Thomas Shannon 3 Gordy Gurson 4 Liam Collins 6 Hugo Mondragon 10 Cody McCoy 17 Andreas Guentner 8 Ausin Gross

G 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

A 2 4 3 2 6 1 1 0 0

Pts 10 10 9 8 10 5 5 4 4

Assists 4 19 16 21 2 3 9

A 2 3 3 1 4 3 0

Pts 6 4 3 3 2 2 2

10 10 9 5 10 8 2

G Liam Collins Parker Duncan Thomas Shannon JJ Greer Mark Sherrod Gordy Gurson Maxim Van Dyck

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Overall 1-6-1 1-6-1 0-0-0

Home 1-3-0 1-3-0 0-0-0

Away 0-3-1 0-3-1 0-0-0

Individual Statistics No. PLAYER 19 DUNCAN, Parker 21 GREER, JJ 2 SHERROD,Mark 14 KEENE, Jamal 20 WILLIAMS, BJ 4 COLLINS, Liam 10 MCCOY, Cody 8 GROSS, Austin 9 VAN DYCK, Maxim 17 GUENTNER, Andreas 23 PORTER, Chris 6 MONDRAGON, Hugo 5 O’CONNOR, Rory 3 GURSON, Gordy 22 LEEDLE, Jordan 16 SHANNON, Thomas 13 GARCIA, Will 12 KENNETZ JR, Dennis 11 JOHNSON, Jordan 7 Trujillo, Eric 1 HUNTER, Martin Total Opponents No. GOALTENDERS 22 LEEDLE, Jordan 1 HUNTER, Martin Total Opponents

GP-GS 8 8 8 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 8 3 6 2 2 7 8 1 4 8 8

Team Statistics

G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG 1 1 3 14 .071 9 1 1 3 5 .200 3 1 0 2 20 .050 6 1 0 2 7 .143 4 1 0 2 3 .333 1 0 2 2 6 .000 5 0 1 1 9 .000 3 0 0 0 6 .000 3 0 0 0 5 .000 0 0 0 0 4 .000 1 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 5 5 15 83 .060 35 16 20 52 91 .176 40

SOG% GW PK-ATT .643 0 0-0 .600 1 0-0 .300 0 0-0 .571 0 0-0 .333 0 0-0 .833 0 0-0 .333 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .250 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .422 1 0-0 .440 6 0-0

GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho 6 517:11 10 1.74 13 .565 1 4 1 1 4 225:55 6 2.39 10 .625 0 2 0 0 8 743:06 16 1.94 24 .600 1 6 1 1 8 743:06 5 0.61 30 .857 6 1 1 4

Game-by-Game Breakdown Opponent W/L Marshall* L No. 5 Tulsa* L at UCF* L at FIU* L at Kentucky* T No. 6 SMU* L at South Carolina* L UAB* W

Score Attend 1-2 583 1-2 513 0-3 611 0-2 301 1-1 1,290 0-3 613 0-3 1,374 2-0 1,057

Tiger Scorers (Assists) Williams (Greer) Duncan (McCoy) Keene Greer (Collins), Sherrod (Collins, Duncan)

* Conference USA Matches

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Shot Statistics Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored average Shot pct. Shots on goal - Attempts SOG pct. Shots per Game Assists CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS

MEM 5-83 0.61 .060 35-83 .422 12.6 5 36 0-0

Opp 16-91 1.94 .176 40-91 .440 10.0 20 27 0-0

Penalties Yellow cards Red cards

MEM 5 0

Opp 6 0

Attendance Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

MEM 2377 4/594 0/0

Opp 3576 4/894

Goals by Period MEM Opponents

1st 2 4

2nd 3 11

OT OT2 Total 0 0 5 1 0 16

Shots by Period MEM Opponents

1st 35 30

2nd 45 55

OT OT2 Total 1 2 83 3 3 91

Saves by Period MEM Opponents

1st 9 14

2nd 14 15

OT OT2 Total 0 1 24 1 0 30

Corner Kicks MEM Opponents

1st 15 9

2nd 19 17

OT OT2 Total 0 2 36 0 1 27

Fouls by Period MEM Opponents

1st 40 38

2nd 52 54

OT OT2 Total 2 0 94 4 2 98

Category Leaders Points 19 Parker Duncan 21 J.J. Greer 2 Mark Sherrod 14 Jamal Keene 20 B.J. Williams 4 Liam Collins

G 1 1 1 1 1 0

A 1 1 0 0 0 2

Pts 3 3 2 2 2 2

Goals 19 Parker Duncan 21 J.J. Greer 2 Mark Sherrod 14 Jamal Keene 20 B.J. Williams

G 1 1 1 1 1

A 1 1 0 0 0

Pts 3 3 2 2 2

Assists 4 19 21 10

A 0 1 1 0

Pts 2 1 1 1

2 3 3 1

G Liam Collins Parker Duncan J.J. Greer Cody McCoy

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Date 9/18/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/12/10 10/17/10 10/23/10 10/31/10 11/5/10

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2 0 1 0 C o n f e r e n c e USA R e v i e w 2 0 1 0 C o n f e r e n c e USA S t a n d i n g s SMU!* UCF* Kentucky South Carolina%* UAB Tulsa* Marshall Memphis Florida International

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W-L-T Pct. Home Away Pts. W-L-T Pct. 7-1-0 .875 4-0-0 3-1-0 21 16-2-2 .850 4-1-3 .688 3-1-0 1-0-3 15 12-5-3 .675 4-2-2 .625 2-0-2 2-2-0 14 7-8-4 .474 4-3-1 .562 3-0-1 1-3-0 13 13-7-2 .636 4-4-0 .500 2-2-0 2-2-0 12 10-7-1 .583 3-3-2 .500 0-2-2 3-1-0 11 12-7-2 .619 3-4-1 .438 2-2-0 1-2-1 10 9-5-4 .611 1-6-1 .188 1-3-0 0-3-1 4 5-11-1 .324 1-7-0 .125 1-3-0 0-4-0 3 7-10-0 .412

2010 C-USA Tournament 2010 Conference USA Tournament Results November 12-14, 2010 Memphis, Tenn.

Overall

Home Away Neutral 8-0-1 4-1-1 4-1-0 8-1-0 3-3-3 1-1-0 4-2-4 3-3-0 0-3-0 6-2-2 3-5-0 4-0-0 5-3-0 3-3-1 2-1-0 5-2-2 3-4-0 4-1-0 5-2-1 4-3-2 0-0-1 4-4-0 0-5-1 1-2-0 3-4-0 4-6-0 0-0-0

Quarterfinals #4 South Carolina 2, #5 UAB 1 #6 Tulsa 5, #3 Kentucky 0 Semifinals #4 South Carolina 2, #1 SMU 1 #6 Tulsa 2, #2 UCF 1 Championship Match #4 South Carolina 1, #6 Tulsa 0 (2 OT)

! - Clinched C-USA regular season championship % - Won C-USA Tournament championship * - Awarded NCAA Tournament berth

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Team Shots 1. Tulsa 2. South Carolina 3. SMU 4. UCF 5. Marshall 6. Kentucky 7. UAB 8. Memphis 9. FIU

GP 21 22 20 20 18 19 18 17 17

No. Avg/G 364 17.33 318 14.45 301 15.05 291 14.55 275 15.28 258 13.58 237 13.17 214 12.59 194 11.41

Points 1. SMU 2. UCF 3. Tulsa 4. UAB 5. Marshall 6. South Carolina 7. Memphis 8. Kentucky 9. FIU

GP No. Avg/G 20 127 6.35 20 126 6.30 21 117 5.57 18 98 5.44 18 89 4.94 22 81 3.68 17 79 4.65 19 55 2.89 17 46 2.71

Goals 1. SMU 2. Tulsa 3. UCF 4. UAB 5. Marshall 6. Memphis South Carolina 8. FIU Kentucky

GP No. Avg/G 20 44 2.20 21 42 2.00 20 41 2.05 18 35 1.94 18 31 1.72 17 27 1.59 22 27 1.23 17 18 1.06 19 18 0.95

Assists 1. UCF 2. SMU 3. Tulsa 4. UAB 5. South Carolina Marshall 7. Memphis 8. Kentucky 9. FIU

GP No. Avg/G 20 44 2.20 20 39 1.95 21 33 1.57 18 28 1.56 22 27 1.23 18 27 1.50 17 25 1.47 19 19 1.00 17 10 0.59

Goals Allowed 1. UCF 2. UAB Marshall 4. SMU 5. FIU

GP No. Avg/G 20 17 0.85 18 20 1.11 18 20 1.11 20 22 1.10 17 24 1.41

6. 7. 8.

South Carolina Kentucky Memphis Tulsa

Saves 1. Tulsa 2. South Carolina 3. SMU 4. UCF 5. FIU 6. Marshall 7. Kentucky UAB 9. Memphis

22 25 1.14 19 27 1.42 17 28 1.65 21 28 1.33 GP Saves Avg/G 21 95 4.52 22 89 4.05 20 84 4.20 20 80 4.00 17 74 4.35 18 69 3.83 19 68 3.58 18 68 3.78 17 55 3.24

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GOALS 1. MCINNES, Ashley-TLS 2. KEOWN-ROBSON, N.-UCF 3. IVO, Arthur-SMU CASTILLO, Juan-SMU 5. SODADE, Babayele-UAB NEIL, Austin-TLS 7. SOTO, Josue-SMU BRETTSCHNEIDER, B.-SC 9. RODRIGUEZ, Nicolas-FIU MUEHSELER, Michael-FIU GYAWU, Kofi-UAB COOKSEY, Cameron-UCF TRAYNOR, Will-SC BALADEZ, Bradlee-SC

No. 12 11 10 10 9 9 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

Co-Most Valuable Players Blake Brettschneider, F, South Carolina Arthur Ivo, MF, SMU

Assists 1. BRETTSCHNEIDER, B.-SC 2. KEOWN-ROBSON, N.-UCF 3. BOATENG, Sammy-MAR SCOTT, Spencer-UCF 5. SOTO, Josue-SMU 6. COLLINS, Liam-MEM LIU, Flo-UAB 8. JACKSON, Tom-MAR Jordan Rose-UK ALBERTSON, Corey-TLS DERSCHANG, Robbie-SMU IVO, Arthur-SMU BACHER, Yaron-UCF MORRISSEY, Stephen-SC

No. 10 9 8 8 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

All-Conference USA First Team F: Blake Brettschneider, South Carolina F: Nik Robson, UCF MF: Arthur Ivo, SMU MF: Ashley McInnes, Tulsa MF: Warren Creavalle, UCF D: Will Traynor, South Carolina D: Justin Chavez, Tulsa D: Hunter Christiansen, Tulsa D: Curtis Ushedo, UAB D: Kevan George, UCF GK: Daniel Withrow, Marshall

Shots Per Game 1. MCINNES, Ashley-TLS 2. BRETTSCHNEIDER, B.-SC 3. IVO, Arthur-SMU 4. BALADEZ, Bradlee-SC 5. JACKSON, Tom-MAR 6. NEIL, Austin-TLS 7. KEOWN-ROBSON, N.-UCF 8. CASTILLO, Juan-SMU 9. SODADE, Babayele-UAB 10. Sherrod,Mark-MEM

Avg/G 3.71 3.70 3.55 2.86 2.69 2.62 2.53 2.50 2.44 2.24

Points 1. KEOWN-ROBSON, N.-UCF 2. MCINNES, Ashley-TLS 3. IVO, Arthur-SMU 4. CASTILLO, Juan-SMU BRETTSCHNEIDER, B.-SC 6. SOTO, Josue-SMU 7. SODADE, Babayele-UAB NEIL, Austin-TLS 9. COOKSEY, Cameron-UCF DERSCHANG, Robbie-SMU

Points 31 28 25 24 24 21 20 20 15 15

Goals-Against Avg 1. DOYLE, Shawn-UCF 2. WITHROW, Daniel-MAR 3. HILL, Craig-SMU 4. MAURER, Jimmy-SC 5. WOSZCZYNSKI, Carl-UAB 6. CLARK, Ray-TLS 7. Tyler Beadle-UK 8. LOPEZ, SHANE-FIU 9. LEEDLE, Jordan-MEM

GA Avg 0.82 1.04 1.06 1.11 1.21 1.27 1.30 1.36 1.40

Points Per Game 1. KEOWN-ROBSON, N.-UCF 2. RODRIGUEZ, Nicolas-FIU 3. MCINNES, Ashley-TLS 4. KING, Anthony-UAB 5. IVO, Arthur-SMU 6. BRETTSCHNEIDER, B.-SC CASTILLO, Juan-SMU 8. SODADE, Babayele-UAB 9. SOTO, Josue-SMU 10. SHANNON, Thomas-MEM

Avg/G 1.63 1.40 1.33 1.30 1.25 1.20 1.20 1.11 1.05 1.00

Saves 1. MAURER, Jimmy-SC 2. HILL, Craig-SMU DOYLE, Shawn-UCF 4. CLARK, Ray-TLS LOPEZ, SHANE-FIU 6. WITHROW, Daniel-MAR 7. Tyler Beadle-UK 8. WOSZCZYNSKI, Carl-UAB 9. LEEDLE, Jordan-MEM 10. MURRAY, Michael-TLS

No. 86 78 78 73 73 65 63 58 33 20

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Co-Offensive Players of the Year Blake Brettschneider, F, South Carolina Arthur Ivo, MF, SMU Defensive Player of the Year Daniel Withrow, GK, Marshall Freshman Player of the Year Juan Castillo, F, SMU Coach of the Year Tim McClements, SMU

All-Conference USA Second Team F: Juan Castillo, SMU F: Babayele Sodade, UAB MF: Matt Lodge, Kentucky MF: Josue Soto, SMU MF: Kekoa Osorio, SMU D: Anthony Hobbs, FIU D: Dylan Asher, Kentucky D: Jordan Hilgefort, Marshall D: Leone Cruz, SMU D: Yaron Bacher, UCF GK: Jimmy Maurer, South Carolina All-Freshman Team Nicholas Rodriguez-Fraile, F, FIU Dylan Asher, D, Kentucky Tyler Beadle, GK, Kentucky Travis Brent, D, Marshall Anthony Virgara, MF, Marshall Zach Barnes, MF, SMU Juan Castillo, F, SMU Robert Derschang, MF, SMU Bradlee Baladez, F, South Carolina Chipper Root, MF, South Carolina Omar Mata, MF, Tulsa Steven Lamberta, MF, UCF

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Record: 7-11-2 H: 6-4-1 • A: 1-7-1 • N: 0-0-0 Coach: Peter Bermel

Record: 12-7-2 H: 8-3-1 • A: 4-4-1 • N: 0-0-0 Coach: Peter Bermel

Record: 8-7-3 H: 5-2-1 • A: 2-3-2 • N: 1-2-0 Coach: Chris Bartels

Record: 7-9-2 • GMC: 4-1-0 H: 5-3-1 • A: 1-5-0 • N: 1-1-1 Coach: Chris Bartels

Record: 11-8-2 • GMC: 2-4-0 H: 9-1-1 • A: 0-6-1 • N: 2-1-0 Coach: Chris Bartels

9-1 Earlham College W 4-0 9-4 at Appalachian State L 0-1 9-6 at #9 Wake Forest W 2-1 9-11 Rhodes W 2-0 9-13 Northeast Louisiana T 1-1 9-18 at Vanderbilt L 0-3 9-21 Missouri-Saint Louis L 2-4 9-28 at Missouri-Rolla W 4-1 9-29 at Southeast Missouri T 3-3 10-4 UAB W 4-0 10-11 Alabama A&M^ W 1-0 10-16 at Alabama-Huntsville L 0-3 10-18 Georgia State L 0-2 10-20 Tennessee W 4-1 10-26 at Belhaven W 3-2 10-27 at South Alabama W 2-1 11-2 at John Brown L 0-1 11-8 Christian Brothers W 6-0 11-13 Rhodes W 2-0 Metro Tournament (Memphis) 11-16 Cincinnati L 1-3 11-17 Louisville W 2-0

Date Opponent Result 8-31 Alabama A&M W 4-1 9-3 at Charlotte L 0-3 9-4 vs. Davidson W 5-3 9-9 at Missouri-Saint Louis L 2-3 9-16 at Western Kentucky T 2-2 9-17 vs. Marquette L 0-3 9-24 Alabama-Huntsville T 1-1 9-28 Rhodes W 9-0 10-1 Belhaven W 3-1 10-14 Vanderbilt W 2-0 10-19 at UAB W 6-0 10-23 at Georgia State T 2-2 10-24 at Mercer W 5-0 10-27 Christian Brothers L 0-1 10-29 South Alabama L 1-3 Metro Tournament (Louisville) 11-5 vs. Cincinnati L 0-3 11-6 at Louisville L 0-2 11-11 Southern Miss. W 3-0

8-31 Rhodes W 3-1 9-1 Boca Raton L ot 1-3 9-14 Kentucky W 1-0 9-15 Eastern Michigan W 3-1 9-18 South Alabama L 0-1 9-21 UAB* W 2-1 9-22 Marquette* W 1-0 9-28 at Cincinnati* W 2-1 9-29 vs. Louisville T ot 2-2 10-2 Christian Brothers T ot 2-2 10-5 vs. DePaul* W 2-1 10-6 at New Mexico L 0-1 10-9 Ark.-Little Rock L 1-2 10-13 at SIU-Edwardsville L 1-2 10-23 at Saint Louis* L 2-6 10-27 at Southwest Missouri L 2-4 11-2 at Vanderbilt L 1-3 Great Midwest Tourn. (St. Louis) 11-8 vs. Cincinnati L 0-2

9-3 Illinois-Chicago W 4-1 9-4 Western Michigan W 3-0 9-7 at South Alabama L 2-4 9-11 at Ark.-Little Rock T ot 3-3 9-16 at DePaul* L 1-2 9-18 at Marquette* L 0-1 9-23 vs. New Mexico L 0-2 9-25 vs. NE Illinois W ot 5-1 9-28 Centenary W ot 4-2 9-30 Dayton* W 3-1 10-2 Cincinnati* W 8-0 10-7 Saint Louis* L 2-3 10-9 Vanderbilt T 3-3 10-14 Alabama A&M W 1-0 10-16 Oral Roberts W 4-0 10-21 Southern Indiana W 3-0 10-23 at UAB* L 2-3 10-26 Christian Brothers W 4-0 10-29 at Duke L 0-4 Great Midwest Tourn. (Birmingham) 11-11 vs. DePaul W 2-0 11-12 at UAB L 1-2

Covenant Belhaven Southwestern (Rhodes) Alabama-Huntsville Vanderbilt at Alabama A&M South Alabama at UAB at Georgia State Tennessee Tech at Northeast Missouri State at Southeast Missouri State Southeast Missouri State at SMU at TCU Millsaps Ole Miss at Southwestern at Tennessee Tennessee-Martin

W 4-3 L 1-4 W 4-0 L 2-4 T 0-0 L 0-11 W 3-2 L 2-3 L 1-5 W 3-1 L 0-1 W 3-2 L 0-2 L 0-9 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-1 T 2-2 L 2-3 W 3-1

1983 Record: 9-8-3 H: 5-2-2 • A: 4-5-0 • N: 0-1-1 Coach: Peter Bermel 9-3 TCU T 2-2 9-9 at Wake Forest L 0-6 9-11 at Alabama-Huntsville L 1-4 9-14 Southwestern W 6-0 9-16 at Vanderbilt L 1-2 9-17 at Tennessee Tech W 3-0 9-24 UAB W 2-1 9-25 Lindenwood T 1-1 Metro Tournament (Cincinnati) 10-1 vs. Virginia Tech^ T 0-0 10-2 vs. Louisville L 0-3 10-8 Georgia State L 0-3 10-9 Tennessee-Martin W 5-1 10-15 Tennessee W 2-1 10-21 at South Alabama W 1-0 10-29 at Belhaven L 0-2 10-30 at Millsaps L 0-3 11-1 at Southeast Missouri W 1-0 11-5 Alabama A&M L 0-2 11-12 at Southwestern W 2-1 11-20 Ole Miss W 4-0 ^ Won 4-2 in shootout

1984 8-31 Vanderbilt W 5-1 9-7 at Northeast Louisiana L 1-6 9-8 John Brown W 5-0 9-12 Rhodes W 3-2 9-14 Alabama-Huntsville L 1-2 9-21 at Missouri-Saint Louis L 0-5 9-23 at Lindenwood T 3-3 9-29 Wake Forest W 2-1 10-5 at UAB W 3-2 10-7 at Georgia State L 0-1 10-12 South Alabama L 2-3 10-14 Southeast Missouri W 2-1 10-19 USF L 0-2 10-21 at Tennessee T 1-1 10-25 Missouri-Rolla L 2-3 10-27 Belhaven W 3-2 11-2 at Alabama A&M L 1-4 11-5 Tennessee Tech W 4-1 n-a Tennessee-Martin W 7-2 Metro Tournament (Louisville) 11-9 vs. Cincinnati W 6-1 11-10 vs. Virginia Tech T 1-1 11-17 Rhodes L 2-3

9-6 Ark.-Little Rock W ot 2-1 9-9 at Bradley T ot 1-1 9-10 at Illinois State L 1-5 9-13 Georgia State W 5-0 9-20 at SIU-Edwardsville L 1-3 9-23 at Alabama-Huntsville W 2-1 9-24 at Alabama A&M L 1-2 9-28 Western Kentucky L ot 0-1 10-4 at Vanderbilt W 2-0 10-7 at Bowling Green L 1-3 10-8 vs. Miami (Ohio) W 4-2 10-11 Oral Roberts W 3-1 10-13 Missouri-Rolla L 1-2 10-18 Christian Brothers W 1-0 10-20 at South Alabama L 0-1 10-22 Evansville L 0-4 10-25 Rhodes W 6-0 10-27 at Belhaven W 2-1 10-30 Liberty L 0-1 Metro Tournament (Memphis) 11-4 Cincinnati L 0-1 11-5 Louisville W 4-1

Record: 9-9-2 H: 6-4-0 • A: 3-5-0 • N: 0-0-2 Coach: Peter Bermel 9-4 SIU-Edwardsville W 1-0 9-9 Rhodes W 7-1 9-13 at North Texas W 3-2 9-16 at Indiana L 1-3 9-19 Missouri-Saint Louis L 1-3 9-23 Christian Brothers W 4-1 9-25 at UAB W 3-2 9-30 at Alabama A&M L ot 4-5 10-3 Illinois State W 1-0 10-9 at Belhaven W 4-2 10-10 at South Alabama L 0-3 10-14 Ark.-Little Rock L ot 1-2 10-16 Georgia State L 1-3 10-18 Southwest Missouri W 8-1 10-21 at Alabama-Huntsville W 5-1 10-28 at Vanderbilt L 2-4 10-30 Western Kentucky L 0-2 11-1 at Evansville L 0-1 Metro Tournament (Cincinnati) 11-7 vs. Louisville^ T 1-1 11-8 vs. Virginia Tech$ T 2-2

Record: 10-9-1 H: 7-2-1 • A: 2-4-0 • N: 1-3-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 9-1 Florida Tech L 0-5 9-2 Rhodes W 6-1 9-8 Nicholls State W 6-0 9-9 SIU-Edwardsville W 1-0 9-15 at DePaul W 2-1 9-16 at Wisconsin-Parkside L 0-4 9-21 vs. New Mexico L 1-2 9-23 vs. Charlotte L 0-4 Metro Tournament (Blacksburg) 9-29 vs. Cincinnati L ot 3-4 9-30 vs. Louisville W 4-1 10-5 at Evansville L 0-2 10-6 Bradley L 0-2 10-10 Belhaven W 2-1 10-12 Vanderbilt W 2-1 10-14 Christian Brothers W 3-2 10-20 at Liberty L 1-2 10-21 at Radford L 0-2 10-26 Southeast Missouri W 5-1 10-31 at Ark.-Little Rock W 3-0 11-3 Alabama-Huntsville T ot 1-1

^ Lost 2-3 in shootout $ Lost 2-4 in shootout

1993 Record: 13-9-2 • GMC: 1-4-1 H: 10-2-1 • A: 3-7-0 • N: 0-0-1 Coach: Chris Bartels

1990

1987

9-6 Vanderbilt W 1-0 9-7 Southern Indiana W 3-0 9-13 at Ark.-Little Rock W 2-0 9-18 at USF L 0-4 9-20 at UCF W 2-0 9-26 at DePaul* W 2-0 9-27 at Marquette* W 1-0 10-4 at UAB* W 4-1 10-7 Western Kentucky W 1-0 10-10 Saint Louis* T 1-1 10-11 Cincinnati* W 2-0 10-16 Southwest Missouri W 3-0 10-18 at South Alabama T 1-1 10-23 at Kentucky L 1-2 10-25 Quincy College W 2-1 10-28 Christian Brothers W 3-2 11-1 Centenary W 4-0 Great Midwest Tourn. (St. Louis) 11-7 vs. UAB W 4-0 11-8 at Saint Louis L 1-4

9-4 Louisville W 4-0 9-5 West Virginia W 2-0 9-8 Ark.-Little Rock W 1-0 9-10 at Western Kentucky W 4-2 9-12 at Southern Indiana W 3-2 9-17 at Saint Louis* L 0-4 9-19 at Quincy College L 0-2 9-24 DePaul* W 3-1 9-26 Marquette* T ot 1-1 10-2 vs. Florida Atlantic T ot 1-1 10-3 at Coastal Carolina W 2-1 10-8 at Dayton* L 0-3 10-10 at Cincinnati* L 0-3 10-15 SIU-Edwardsville W 3-1 10-17 South Alabama L 0-3 10-20 at Vanderbilt L 1-5 10-22 Oral Roberts W 2-0 10-24 UAB* L 1-3 10-27 Christian Brothers W 1-0 10-30 at Centenary L 0-1 Great Midwest Tourn. (Memphis) 11-5 UAB W 2-1 11-6 Marquette W 2-1 11-7 Saint Louis W 1-0 NCAA Tournament 11-15 at Indiana L 0-6

1995 Record: 6-10-2 • C-USA: 1-6-1 H: 5-2-1 • A: 1-6-1 • N: 0-2-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 9-3 at #19 Portland L 0-7 9-4 vs. Washington L 1-8 9-6 South Alabama W 1-0 9-10 at Charlotte* L 1-6 9-13 Ark.-Little Rock W 5-1 9-17 DePaul* T ot 0-0 9-20 at Marquette* L 1-4 9-24 Louisville* W 3-1 10-1 at Cincinnati* L 0-2 10-6 at #7 Saint Louis* L 0-4 10-13 USF* L 0-4 10-15 UAB* L 0-1 10-20 at Centenary L 2-4 10-25 Christian Brothers W 5-1 10-27 at Vanderbilt W 5-2 10-29 at Evansville T ot 1-1 11-4 New Mexico W 5-2 C-USA Tournament (Milwaukee) 11-8 vs. Saint Louis L 0-1

1996 Record: 11-7-1 • C-USA: 3-5-0 H: 6-4-0 • A: 4-3-1 • N: 1-0-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 8-31 at Bowling Green T ot 1-1 9-7 Southwest Missouri W 2-0 9-8 at Tulsa W 3-0 9-15 #12 Charlotte* L 0-1 9-20 Vanderbilt W ot 3-2 9-22 at USF* L 1-6 9-29 Cincinnati* W 3-0 10-4 Marquette* L 0-2 10-6 at DePaul* W 1-0 10-11 #25 Evansville L 0-1 10-13 Saint Louis* L 0-1 10-18 at Louisville* W 6-1 10-20 at UAB* L 1-3 10-25 Western Kentucky W 2-0 10-27 Alabama A&M W 6-0 10-30 Christian Brothers W 5-0 11-2 Belmont W 6-0 C-USA Tournament 11-12 at Saint Louis W 1-0 11-15 at USF L 0-3

1997 Record: 10-8-2 • C-USA: 2-5-1 H: 6-3-1 • A: 3-5-1 • N: 1-0-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 8-30 vs. Tulsa W ot 3-2 8-31 at Southwest Missouri T ot 1-1

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Record: 10-9-3 H: 8-4-0 • A: 1-5-2 • N: 1-0-1 Coach: Peter Bermel

9-3 South Alabama W 3-0 9-6 Belhaven W 1-0 9-10 Rhodes W 2-1 9-12 Christian Brothers W 3-0 9-17 Vanderbilt W 1-0 9-19 at SIU-Edwardsville L 0-5 9-21 at Missouri-Saint Louis L 1-2 9-27 vs. Xavier W 4-2 9-28 at Western Kentucky L 0-1 10-1 Alabama-Huntsville W 3-0 10-4 at Illinois State T ot 2-2 10-5 vs. Missouri-Rolla W 2-1 10-11 at Georgia State L 1-4 10-12 at UAB W 2-1 10-18 Appalachian State T 0-0 10-30 Missouri-Rolla W 2-1 11-1 John Brown W 2-0 Metro Tournament (Blacksburg) 11-8 vs. Cincinnati W 2-0 11-9 at Virginia Tech W 3-1 11-11 at Rhodes W 5-1

Record: 14-3-2 • GMC: 4-0-1 H: 8-0-1 • A: 4-3-1 • N: 2-0-0 Coach: Chris Bartels

Record: 10-10-1 H: 6-5-0 • A: 3-5-1 • N: 1-0-0 Coach: Chris Bartels

1986 Record: 14-4-2 H: 8-0-1 • A: 3-4-1 • N: 3-0-0 Coach: Peter Bermel

1992

1989

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Year-By-Year Results 9-6 #23 Bowling Green L 0-5 9-7 #8 Portland W 3-1 9-12 at Western Kentucky W 5-2 9-14 at Vanderbilt W 3-2 9-19 USF* T ot 2-2 9-21 at Belmont L 1-2 9-26 #22 Saint Louis* L ot 1-2 10-3 at Cincinnati* L ot 2-3 10-5 at Louisville* W 3-1 10-10 at UAB* L 1-2 10-12 at Charlotte* L 2-3 10-19 Drury W 5-1 10-22 Alabama A&M W 10-1 10-24 DePaul* W 1-0 10-26 #17 Marquette* L ot 3-4 10-30 Christian Brothers W 6-1 C-USA Tournament 11-4 DePaul W 3-1 11-8 at USF L 2-4

1998 Record: 10-9-1 • C-USA: 2-5-1 H: 4-3-0 • A: 4-5-1 • N: 2-1-0 Coach: Chris Bartels 9-5 vs. #23 SW Missouri L 0-1 9-6 at Western Illinois L ot 1-2 9-11 at UNLV W 2-1 9-13 vs. UC Santa Barbara W 2-1 9-18 at USF* T 2o 3-3 9-20 Central Arkansas W 5-1 9-25 at DePaul* W 3-2 9-27 at Marquette* L 0-1 10-2 Cincinnati* L 0-3 10-4 Louisville* W 2-1 10-7 Belmont W 1-0 10-9 UAB L 0-2 10-11 #23 Charlotte* L 2-3 10-16 at #8 Saint Louis* L 0-2 10-18 at Drury L ot 0-1 10-25 Western Kentucky W 5-1 11-1 at Christian Brothers W 3-0 C-USA Tournament 11-7 at #9 Saint Louis W ot 1-0 11-13 vs. Marquette W 3-0 11-15 at USF L 2-4

1999

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Record: 7-11-1 • C-USA: 2-6-0 H: 4-5-0 • A: 2-6-0 • N: 1-0-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-4 9-5 9-12 9-17 9-18 9-22 9-25 10-1 10-3 10-7 10-9 10-14 10-17 10-22 10-24 10-29 10-31 11-5

Centenary ^ Southwest Missouri ^ Charlotte* at Hartwick vs. Fordham Christian Brothers at Saint Louis* at Marquette* at UW-Milwaukee at Western Kentucky Cincinnati* at UAB* DePaul* at Louisville* at Belmont Central Arkansas Oral Roberts USF*

W 4-2 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 1-0 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 0-4 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 W 1-0 L 1-5 L ot 3-4 L 0-1 W 3-0 L 2-4 W 3-0 L 0-1

2000 Record: 14-6-0 • C-USA: 6-4-0 H: 6-3-0 • A: 4-1-0 • N: 4-2-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-1 9-2 9-8 9-10 9-13 9-17 9-23 9-24 9-29 10-1 10-7

Belmont^ W 4-0 Birmingham Southern^ W 3-1 vs. Western Illinois! L 0-3 vs. New Mexico! W 6-2 Western Kentucky L 0-1 at Cincinnati* W 2-1 at Charlotte*% L 2o 3-4 vs. UCF% W 7-1 at USF*$ W ot 3-2 vs. Stetson$ W 5-2 Louisville* W 1-0

10-13 at DePaul* W 3-1 10-18 #18 UAB* L 2o 1-2 10-21 Marquette* W 1-0 10-24 Lipscomb W 10-0 10-28 #20 Saint Louis* L ot 0-1 11-1 at Christian Brothers W 4-3 11-5 Alabama A&M W 2-1 C-USA Tournament (St. Louis) 11-9 vs. Cincinnati W 2-1 11-10 at #14 Saint Louis L 2-3

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament ! Southwest Missouri State Tourn. % Charlotte Puma Classic $ Reebock South Florida Classic

2001 Record: 6-9-2 • C-USA: 3-6-1 H: 4-3-1 • A: 2-4-1 • N: 0-2-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-1 at #1 Creighton% 9-2 vs. Drake% 9-7 Charlotte*^ 9-9 Illinois-Chicago^ 9-21 at TCU*+ 9-23 vs. #1 SMU+ 9-29 East Carolina* 9-30 Vanderbilt 10-6 at #4 Saint Louis* 10-9 at Belmont 10-14 at Marquette* 10-17 at #8 UAB* 10-20 Cincinnati* 10-28 USF* 11-4 at Louisville* 11-7 Lipscomb 11-10 DePaul*

T 2o 0-0 L 1-2 T 2o 1-1 L 0-4 L 2-4 L 0-7 W 3-2 W 4-1 L 2-3 W 5-1 L 1-2 W 3-2 L 0-1 L 2-5 L ot 3-4 W 10-0 W 4-1

% Creighton Diadora Challenge ^ Memphis Diadora Tournament + Texas Christian Tournament

2002 Record: 10-7-1 • C-USA: 3-7-1 H: 4-4-0 • A: 6-3-1 • N: 0-0-0 Coach: Richie Grant 8-30 TCU* 9-6 San Francisco^ 9-7 Northeastern ^ 9-11 Lipscomb 9-14 at Cincinnati* 9-20 at USF* 9-22 at Stetson 9-28 at Western Kentucky 9-29 at Vanderbilt 10-5 at DePaul* 10-11 at East Carolina* 10-13 at UNC-Wilmington 10-19 Louisville* 10-23 UAB* 10-30 Marquette* 11-2 #17 Saint Louis* 11-6 Belmont 11-9 at Charlotte*

W 2o 3-2 W 2o 2-1 W 2-1 W 7-0 L 2-4 L 2-4 T 3-3 W 4-0 W 4-0 L 1-2 W ot 2-1 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 1-2 W 7-1 W 2-1

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament

2004 Record: 16-4-1 • C-USA: 8-1-0 H: 8-1-0 • A: 5-3-1 • N: 3-0-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-3 Centenary^ W 1-0 9-4 Oral Roberts^ L 0-1 9-10 Western Kentucky W 2-1 9-17 vs. Eastern Illinois$ W 2o 3-2 9-19 at Vanderbilt$ L 2o 0-1 9-22 Evansville W 5-1 9-25 at Charlotte* W 3-1 9-29 at Cincinnati* W 2-0 10-2 Marquette* W 3-1 10-6 Louisville* W 1-0 10-9 at #10 USF* L 0-2 10-15 at DePaul* W 2-1 10-17 at UIC+ T 2o 1-1 10-23 #21 Saint Louis* W 2-0 10-27 #17 UAB* W 2-0 11-2 Belmont W 5-0 11-6 at East Carolina* W 4-0 11-8 at Lipscomb W 6-0 C-USA Tournament (Louisville) 11-13 vs. Saint Louis W 1-0 11-14 vs. #23 UAB W 3-2 NCAA Tournament 11-19 at #30 Ohio State L 0-1

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament $ Vanderbilt Puma Classic + Forfeit due to ineligible players

2005 Record: 8-8-2 • C-USA: 3-4-2 H: 5-2-1 • A: 2-5-1 • N: 1-1-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-3 Centenary^ W 4-0 9-5 #23 Oral Roberts^ W 4-3 9-9 at Evansville W 5-0 9-13 Alabama A&M W 7-0 9-16 at #15 Creighton$ L 1-3 9-18 at Drake$ L 2-3 9-24 Vanderbilt L 3-4 9-30 at #17 Tulsa* T 2o 1-1 10-2 at SMU* L 1-2 10-7 South Carolina* T 2o 2-2 10-9 East Carolina* W 7-2 10-15 at UAB* L 1-2 10-21 at Kentucky* W ot 2-1 10-23 at Marshall* L 0-1 10-28 FIU* L 0-1 10-30 UCF* W 3-0 C-USA Tournament (Dallas) 11-9 vs. UAB W 2-1 11-11 vs. South Carolina L 1-2

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament $ Diadora Challenge

2006 Record: 10-8-0 • C-USA: 3-5-0 H: 6-3-0 • A: 4-4-0 • N: 0-1-0 Coach: Richie Grant

2003 Record: 8-8-2 • C-USA: 1-6-2 H: 4-4-2 • A: 2-4-0 • N: 2-0-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-5 UNC-Wilmington^ 9-6 Centenary^ 9-12 at Louisville* ! 9-14 vs. UW Milwaukee! 9-19 vs. Iona% 9-21 at Evansville% 9-26 East Carolina* 10-1 Cincinnati* 10-4 at Marquette* 10-8 at UAB* 10-11 DePaul* 10-14 Lipscomb 10-18 Drury 10-25 Alabama A&M 10-29 at Saint Louis* 11-1 USF* 11-4 at Belmont 11-8 Charlotte*

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament ! Holiday Inn Downtown Classic % ProRehab Aces Classic

L 2-3 W 2-1 L 2o 3-4 W 3-2 W 2-0 L 0-1 T 2o 2-2 L 0-2 L 2-3 W 1-0 L 0-2 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 L ot 1-2 L 1-2 W 5-1 T 2o 1-1

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8-25 at Louisville W ot 4-3 8-27 at Belmont W ot 2-1 9-1 #5 Clemson^ L 0-2 9-3 CS Fullerton^ W 1-0 9-9 UMKC W 6-2 9-12 Central Arkansas W 2-0 9-15 at Air Force W 3-1 9-17 at Denver W 2-1 9-24 at #11 South Carolina* L 2o 1-2 9-30 Tulsa* W 3-0 10-4 at UCF* L 0-1 10-7 Creighton L 2-3 10-11 UAB* W 3-2 10-15 at FIU* L 0-2 10-21 #1 SMU* L 0-3 10-25 Marshall* W 3-0 10-28 at #14 Kentucky L 1-3 C-USA Tournament (Tulsa) 11-3 vs. #13 Kentucky L 1-3

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Record: 10-5-4 • C-USA: 3-2-3 H: 7-1-2 • A: 1-3-1• N: 2-1-1 Coach: Richie Grant

Record: 5-11-1 • C-USA: 1-6-1 H: 4-4-0 • A: 0-5-1• N: 1-2-0 Coach: Richie Grant

8-31 Louisville^ W 1-0 9-2 Evansville^ W 2-1 9-7 at CS Fullerton$ L 0-2 9-9 vs CS Northridge$ T 2o 0-0 9-14 UCF T 2o 1-1 9-21 vs IPFW# W 4-0 9-23 vs Mercer# W 2-1 9-29 Centenary W 5-0 10-5 at #14 Tulsa* T 2o 3-3 10-7 #10 Creighton L 1-3 10-13 Kentucky* W 3-1 10-17 at Marshall* W 2-1 10-20 So. Carolina* T 2o 1-1 10-24 Central Arkansas W 3-0 10-27 #2 SMU* L 0-1 10-31 Alabama A&M W 1-0 10-2 at UAB* L 2o 0-1 11-10 FIU* W ot 1-0 C-USA Tournament (UAB) 11-14 South Carolina L ot 1-2

9-1 Belmont 9-3 Oral Roberts 9-10 vs. North Florida$ 9-11 vs. Charlotte$ 9-18 Marshall* 9-24 vs. UMKC# 9-26 at SIU-Edwardsville# 10-2 #5 Tulsa* 10-5 Central Arkansas 10-9 at UCF* 10-12 at FIU* 10-17 at Kentucky* 10-23 #6 SMU* 10-26 at Missouri State 10-31 at South Carolina* 11-3 Alabama A&M 11-5 UAB*

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament $ Cal State Fullerton Tournament # Evansville Tournament

2008 Record: 6-11-2 • C-USA: 3-4-1 H: 3-4-1 • A: 3-3-1• N: 0-4 Coach: Richie Grant 8-29 8-31 9-5 9-7 9-12 9-14 9-20 9-24 9-27 10-5 10-8 10-12 10-17 10-22 10-26 10-29 11-1 11-7

#21 Bradley^ L 0-4 Oral Roberts^ W 4-3 vs. New Hampshire$ L ot 0-1 at Vermont$ L ot 0-1 vs. Western Illinois# L 0-1 vs. UC Irvine# L 1-3 at UCF* L 0-1 Missouri State W 2-0 UAB* L 0-2 #15 SMU* W ot 2-1 at #3 Creighton L 0-1 at FIU* W 2-1 at South Carolina* W 2-0 SIU Edwardsville T 2o 0-0 #11 Tulsa* L 1-5 at Central Arkansas W 5-1 Marshall* L 1-2 at #23 Kentucky* T 2o 0-0 C-USA Tournament (SMU) 11-12 vs. UCF L 0-1

^ Memphis Diadora Tournament $ Smith Barney/Nike Soccer Classic # UAB Soccer for a Cure Classic

2009 Record: 7-7-2 • C-USA: 3-5-0 H: 5-2-1 • A: 0-4-1• N: 2-1-0 Coach: Richie Grant 9-4 9-6 9-11 9-13 9-18 9-20 9-26 10-4 10-10 10-14 10-17 10-21 10-24 10-28 11-1 11-7

at Bradley^ vs. Eastern Illinois^ vs. UMKC$ vs. #23 Drake$ Vermont# Central Arkansas# UCF* at SMU* Kentucky* at #25 UAB* FIU* at Marshall* SIU Edwardsville Alabama A&M at #15 Tulsa* South Carolina*

T 1-1 W 2-0 L 1-3 W 4-3 T 2o 0-0 W 2-0 W 3-2 L 0-2 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 2-0 L 1-3 L 0-2 W ot 1-0

^ Busey Bank Kickoff Festival $ UAB Soccer for a Cure Classic # Memphis Classic

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W 4-0 L 0-1 W 6-0 L 0-4 L 2o 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 W ot 2-1 L 0-3 L 0-2 T 2o 1-1 L 0-3 L 0-2 L 0-3 W 8-0 W 2-0

$ UAB Soccer for a Cure Classic # SIU-Edwardsville Tournament


2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Air Force (1-0) 9-15-2006 A W 3-1 Alabama A&M (10-6) 1982 A 11-5-1983 H 11-2-1984 A 10-11-1985 H 9-30-1987 A 8-31-1988 H 9-24-1989 A 10-14-1994 H 10-27-1996 H 10-22-1997 H 11-5-2000 H 10-25-2003 H 9-13-2005 H 10-31-2007 H 10-28-2009 H 11-3-2010 H

L 0-11 L 0-2 L 1-4 W 1-0 L ot 4-5 W 4-1 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 6-0 W 10-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 7-0 W 1-0 L 1-3 W 8-0

Alabama Huntsville (3-4-2) 1982 H L 2-4 9-11-1983 A L 1-4 9-14-1984 H L 1-2 10-16-1985 A L 0-3 10-1-1986 H W 3-0 10-21-1987 A W 5-1 9-24-1988 H T 1-1 9-23-1989 A W 2-1 11-3-1990 H T ot 1-1 Appalachian State (0-1-1) 9-4-1985 A L 0-1 10-18-1986 H T 0-0 Arkansas-Little Rock (5-2-1) 10-14-1987 H L ot 1-2 9-6-1989 H W ot 2-1 10-31-1990 A W 3-0 10-9-1991 H L 1-2 9-13-1992 A W 2-0 9-8-1993 H W 1-0 9-11-1994 A T ot 3-3 9-13-1995 H W 5-1 L 1-4 L 0-2 W 3-2 W 3-2 W 1-0 W 4-2 W 3-1 W 2-1 W 2-1

Belmont (10-1) 11-2-1996 H 9-21-1997 A 10-7-1998 H 10-24-1999 A 9-1-2000 H 10-9-2001 A 11-6-2002 H 11-4-2003 A 11-2-2004 H 8-27-2006 A 9-1-2010 H

W 6-0 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 4-0 W 5-1 W 7-1 W 5-1 W 5-0 W ot 2-1 W 4-0

Birmingham Southern (1-0) 9-2-2000 H W 3-1 Bowling Green (0-2-1) 10-7-1989 A L 1-3 8-31-1996 A T ot 1-1 9-6-1997 H #23 L 0-5

Cal State Fullerton (1-1) 9-3-2006 H W 1-0 9-7-2007 A L 0-2

10-3-1997 A 10-2-1998 H 10-9-1999 H 9-17-2000 A 11-9-2000 N 10-20-2001 H 9-14-2002 A 10-1-2003 H 9-29-2004 A

Cal State Northridge (0-0-1) 9-9-2007 N T 2o 0-0

Clemson (0-1) 9-1-2006 H #5 L 0-2

Centenary (7-2) 11-1-1992 H 10-30-1993 A 9-28-1994 H 10-20-1995 A 9-4-1999 H 9-6-2003 H 9-3-2004 H 9-3-2005 H 9-29-2007 H

Coastal Carolina (1-0) 10-3-1993 A W 2-1

T ot 1-1 L 0-2 L 0-4 T 1-1

W 4-0 L 0-1 W ot 4-2 L 2-4 W 4-2 W 2-1 W 1-0 W 4-0 W 5-0

Central Arkansas (5-1) 9-20-1998 H W 5-1 10-29-1999 H L 2-4 10-24-2007 H W 3-0 10-29-2008 A W 5-1 9-20-2009 H W 2-0 10-5-2010 H W ot 2-1 Charlotte (3-8-2) 9-3-1988 A 9-23-1990 N 9-10-1995 A 9-15-1996 H #12 10-12-1997 A 10-11-1998 H #23 9-12-1999 H 9-23-2000 A 9-7-2001 H 11-9-2002 A 11-8-2003 H 9-25-2004 A 9-11-2010 N

L 0-3 L 0-4 L 1-6 L 0-1 L 2-3 L 2-3 W 3-2 L 2o 3-4 T 2o 1-1 W 2-1 T 2o 1-1 W 3-1 L 0-4

Christian Brothers (13-2-1) 11-8-1985 H W 6-0 9-12-1986 H W 3-0 9-23-1987 H W 4-1 10-27-1988 H L 0-1 10-18-1989 H W 1-0 10-14-1990 H W 3-2 10-2-1991 H T ot 2-2 10-28-1992 H W 3-2 10-27-1993 H W 1-0 10-26-1994 H W 4-0 10-25-1995 H W 5-1 10-30-1996 H W 5-0 10-30-1997 H W 6-1 11-1-1998 A W 3-0 9-22-1999 H L 1-3 11-1-2000 A W 4-3 Cincinnati (10-12) 11-9-1984 N 11-16-1985 H 11-8-1986 N 11-5-1988 N 11-4-1989 H 9-29-1990 N 9-28-1991 A 11-8-1991 N 10-11-1992 H 10-10-1993 A 10-2-1994 H 10-1-1995 A 9-29-1996 H

W 6-1 L 1-3 W 2-0 L 0-3 L 0-1 L ot 3-4 W 2-1 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 0-3 W 8-0 L 0-2 W 3-0

L ot 2-3 L 0-3 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 L 2-4 L 0-2 W 2-0

Covenant (1-0) 1982 H W 4-3 Creighton (0-4-1) 9-1-2001 A #1 9-16-2005 A #15 10-7-2006 H 10-7-2007 H #10 10-8-2008 A #3

T 2o 0-0 L 1-3 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-1

Eastern Illinois (2-0) 9-17-2004 N W 2o 3-2 9-6-2009 N W 2-0

Liberty (0-2) 10-30-1989 H L 0-1 10-20-1990 A L 1-2

Eastern Michigan (1-0) 9-15-1991 H W 3-1

Lindenwood (0-0-2) 9-25-1983 H T 1-1 9-23-1984 A T 3-3

Evansville (3-5-1) 11-1-1987 A 10-22-1989 H 10-5-1990 A 10-29-1995 A 10-11-1996 H #25 9-21-2003 A 9-22-2004 H 9-9-2005 A 9-2-2007 H

L 0-1 L 0-4 L 0-2 T ot 1-1 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 5-1 W 5-0 W 2-1

FIU (3-3) 10-28-2005 H 10-15-2006 A 11-10-2007 H 10-12-2008 A 10-17-2009 H 10-12-2010 A

L 0-1 L 0-2 W ot 1-0 W 2-1 W 1-0 L 0-2

Davidson (1-0) 9-4-1988 N W 5-3

Florida Atlantic (0-0-1) 10-2-1993 N T ot 1-1

Dayton (1-1) 10-8-1993 A L 0-3 9-30-1994 H W 3-1

Florida Tech (0-1) 9-1-1990 H L 0-5

Denver (1-0) 9-17-2006 A W 2-1 DePaul (12-4-1) 9-15-1990 A 10-5-1991 N 9-26-1992 A 9-24-1993 H 9-16-1994 A 11-11-1994 N 9-17-1995 H 10-6-1996 A 10-24-1997 H 11-4-1997 H 9-25-1998 A 10-17-1999 H 10-13-2000 A 11-10-2001 H 10-5-2002 A 10-11-2003 H 10-15-2004 A

W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 3-1 L 1-2 W 2-0 T ot 0-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 L ot 3-4 W 3-1 W 4-1 L 1-2 L 0-2 W 2-1

Drake (1-2) 9-2-2001 N L 1-2 9-18-2005 A L 2-3 9-13-2009 N #23 W 4-3 Drury (2-1) 10-19-1997 H W 5-1 10-18-1998 A L ot 0-1 10-18-2003 H W 2-1 Duke (0-1) 10-29-1994 A L 0-4 Earlham College (1-0) 9-1-1985 H W 4-0 East Carolina (4-0-1) 9-29-2001 H 10-11-2002 A 9-26-2003 H 11-6-2004 A 10-9-2005 H

University of Memphis

W 3-2 W ot 2-1 T 2o 2-2 W 4-0 W 7-2

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Fordham (1-0) 9-18-1999 N W 3-2 Georgia State (1-6-1) 1982 A 10-8-1983 H 10-7-1984 A 10-18-1985 H 10-11-1986 A 10-16-1987 H 10-23-1988 A 9-13-1989 H

L 1-5 L 0-3 L 0-1 L 0-2 L 1-4 L 1-3 T 2-2 W 5-0

Hartwick (1-0) 9-17-1999 A W 1-0 Illinois State (1-1-1) 10-4-1986 A T ot 2-2 10-3-1987 H W 1-0 9-10-1989 A L 1-5 Indiana (0-2) 9-16-1987 A L 1-3 11-15-1993 A L 0-6 Iona (1-0) 9-19-2003 N W 2-0 IPFW (1-0) 9-21-2007 N W 4-0 John Brown (2-1) 9-8-1984 H W 5-0 11-2-1985 A L 0-1 11-11-1986 H W 2-0 Kentucky (3-4-2) 9-14-1991 H 10-23-1992 A 10-21-2005 A 10-28-2006 A #14 11-3-2006 N #13 10-13-2007 H 11-7-2008 A #23 10-10-2009 H 10-17-2010 A

W 1-0 L 1-2 W ot 2-1 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-1 T 2o 0-0 L 1-2 T 2o 1-1

Lipscomb (5-0) 10-24-2000 H 11-7-2001 H 9-11-2002 H 10-14-2003 H 11-8-2004 A

W 10-0 W 10-0 W 7-0 W 2-1 W 6-0

Louisiana-Monroe (0-1-1) 9-7-1984 A L 1-6 9-13-1985 H T 1-1 Louisville (12-6-2) 10-2-1983 N 11-17-1985 H 11-7-1987 N 11-6-1988 A 11-5-1989 H 9-30-1990 N 9-29-1991 N 9-4-1993 H 9-24-1995 H 10-18-1996 A 10-5-1997 A 10-4-1998 H 10-22-1999 A 10-7-2000 H 11-4-2001 A 10-19-2002 H 9-12-2003 A 10-6-2004 H 8-25-2006 A 8-31-2007 H

L 0-3 W 2-0 T 1-1 L 0-2 W 4-1 W 4-1 T ot 2-2 W 4-0 W 3-1 W 6-1 W 3-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 W 1-0 L ot 3-4 L 1-3 L 2o 3-4 W 1-0 W ot 4-3 W 1-0

Lynn (0-1) 9-1-1991

L ot 1-3

H

Marquette (6-10-1) 9-17-1988 N 9-22-1991 H 9-27-1992 A 9-26-1993 H 11-6-1993 H 9-18-1994 A 9-20-1995 A 10-4-1996 H 10-26-1997 H #17 9-27-1998 A 11-13-1998 N 10-1-1999 A 10-21-2000 H 10-14-2001 A 10-30-2002 H 10-4-2003 A 10-2-2004 H

L 0-3 W 1-0 W 1-0 T ot 1-1 W 2-1 L 0-1 L 1-4 L 0-2 L ot 3-4 L 0-1 W 3-0 L 0-1 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 2-3 W 3-1

Marshall (2-4) 10-23-2005 A 10-25-2006 H 10-17-2007 A 11-1-2008 H 10-21-2009 A 9-18-2010 H

L 0-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 2o 1-2

Mercer (2-0) 10-24-1988 A W 5-0 9-23-2007 N W 2-1 Miami-Ohio (1-0) 10-8-1989 N W 4-2

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Belhaven (7-2) 1982 H 10-29-1983 A 10-27-1984 H 10-26-1985 A 9-6-1986 H 10-9-1987 A 10-1-1988 H 10-27-1989 A 10-10-1990 H

Bradley (0-2-2) 9-9-1989 A 10-6-1990 H 8-29-2008 H #21 9-4-2009 A

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts All-Time Series Record Millsaps (1-1) 1982 H W 3-0 10-30-1983 A L 0-3

Radford (0-1) 10-21-1990 A L 0-2

9-7-1994 A L 2-4 9-6-1995 H W 1-0

Rhodes (13-1-1) 1982 H 1982 A 9-14-1983 H 11-12-1983 A 9-12-1984 H 11-17-1984 H 9-11-1985 H 11-13-1985 H 9-10-1986 H 11-11-1986 A 9-9-1987 H 9-28-1988 H 10-25-1989 H 9-2-1990 H 8-31-1991 H

W 4-0 T 2-2 W 6-0 W 2-1 W 3-2 L 2-3 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 5-1 W 7-1 W 9-0 W 6-0 W 6-1 W 3-1

South Carolina (2-4-2) 10-7-2005 H 11-11-2005 N 9-24-2006 A #11 10-20-2007 H 11-14-2007 H 10-17-2008 A 11-7-2009 H 10-31-2010 A

Saint Louis (5-15-1) 10-23-1991 A 10-10-1992 H 11-8-1992 A 9-17-1993 A 11-7-1993 H 10-7-1994 H 10-6-1995 A #7 11-8-1995 N 10-13-1996 H 11-12-1996 A 9-26-1997 H #22 10-16-1998 A #8 11-7-1998 A #9 9-25-1999 A 10-28-2000 H #20 11-10-2000 A #14 10-6-2001 A #4 11-2-2002 H #17 10-29-2003 A 10-23-2004 H #21 11-13-2004 N

L 2-6 T 1-1 L 1-4 L 0-4 W 1-0 L 2-3 L 0-4 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 1-0 L ot 1-2 L 0-2 W ot 1-0 L 0-4 L ot 0-1 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 1-2 L ot 1-2 W 2-0 W 1-0

Nicholls State (1-0) 9-8-1990 H W 6-0

San Francisco (1-0) 9-6-2002 H

W 2o 2-1

North Florida (1-0) 9-10-2010 N W 6-0

SIU-Edwardsville (4-4-1) 9-19-1986 A L 0-5 9-4-1987 H W 1-0 9-20-1989 A L 1-3 9-9-1990 H W 1-0 10-13-1991 A L 1-2 10-15-1993 H W 3-1 10-22-2008 H T 2o 0-0 10-24-2009 H W 2-0 9-26-2010 A L 1-2

Mississippi (1-1) 1982 H L 0-1 11-20-1983 H W 4-0 Missouri-Saint Louis (0-5) 9-21-1984 A L 9-21-1985 H L 9-21-1986 A L 9-19-1987 H L 9-9-1988 A L

0-5 2-4 1-2 1-3 2-3

Missouri S&T (3-2) 10-25-1984 H 9-28-1985 A 10-5-1986 N 10-30-1986 H 10-13-1989 H

L 2-3 W 4-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 1-2

Missouri State (4-4-1) 10-18-1987 H 10-27-1991 A 10-16-1992 H 9-7-1996 H 8-31-1997 A 9-5-1998 N #23 9-5-1999 H 9-24-2008 H 10-26-2010 A

W 8-1 L 2-4 W 3-0 W 2-0 T ot 1-1 L 0-1 L 0-3 W 2-0 L 0-2

New Hampshire (0-1) 9-5-2008 N

L ot 0-1

New Mexico (2-3) 9-21-1990 N 10-6-1991 A 9-23-1994 N 11-4-1995 H 9-10-2000 N

L 1-2 L 0-1 L 0-2 W 5-2 W 6-2

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North Texas (1-0) 9-13-1987 A W 3-2 Northeastern (1-0) 9-7-2002 H W 2-1 Northeastern Illinois (1-0) 9-25-1994 N W ot 5-1 Ohio State (0-1) 11-19-2004 A #30 L Oral Roberts (6-2) 10-11-1989 H 10-22-1993 H 10-16-1994 H 10-31-1999 H 9-4-2004 H 9-5-2005 H #23 8-31-2008 H 9-3-2010 H

0-1

W 3-1 W 2-0 W 4-0 W 3-0 L 0-1 W 4-3 W 4-3 L 0-1

Portland (1-1) 9-3-1995 A #19 L 0-7 9-7-1997 H #8 W 3-1 Quincy College (1-1) 10-25-1992 H W 2-1 9-19-1993 A L 0-2

T 2o 2-2 L 1-2 L 2o 2-1 T 2o 1-1 L ot 1-2 W 2-0 W ot 1-0 L 0-3

Southeast Missouri (4-1-1) 1982 A W 3-2 1982 H L 0-2 11-1-1983 A W 1-0 10-14-1984 H W 2-1 9-29-1985 A T 3-3 10-26-1990 H W 5-1

L 1-3 W 2-1 L 2-3 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 1-5 L 2o 1-2 W 3-2 L 1-3 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 3-2 L 1-2 W 2-1 W 3-2 L 2o 0-1 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 2-0

Southern Indiana (3-0) 9-7-1992 H W 3-0 9-12-1993 A W 3-2 10-21-1994 H W 3-0

UC Irvine (0-1) 9-14-2008 N L 1-3

Southern Miss (1-0) 11-11-1988 H W 3-0

UC Santa Barbara (1-0) 9-13-1998 N W 2-1

Stetson (1-0-1) 10-1-2000 N W 5-2 9-22-2002 A T 3-3

UCF (4-4-1) 9-20-1992 A 9-24-2000 N 10-30-2005 H 10-4-2006 A 9-14-2007 H 9-20-2008 A 11-12-2008 N 9-26-2009 H 10-9-2010 A

TCU (1-2-1) 1982 A 9-3-1983 H 9-21-2001 A 8-30-2002 H

L 1-3 T 2-2 L 2-4 W 2o 3-2

Tennessee (2-1-1) 1982 A 10-15-1983 H 10-21-1984 A 10-20-1985 H

L W T W

W 2-0 W 7-1 W 3-0 L 0-1 T 2o 1-1 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 3-2 L 0-3

2-3 2-1 1-1 4-1

UIC (1-1-1) 9-3-1994 H W 4-1 9-9-2001 H L 0-4 10-17-2004 A T 2o 1-1

Tennessee-Martin (3-0) 1982 H W 3-1 10-9-1983 H W 5-1 1984 H W 7-2

UMKC (1-2) 9-9-2006 H W 6-2 9-11-2009 N L 1-3 9-24-2010 N L 1-2

Tennessee Tech (3-0) 1982 H W 3-1 9-17-1983 A W 3-0 11-5-1984 H W 4-1

UNC-Wilmington (1-1) 10-13-2002 A W 3-2 9-5-2003 H L 2-3

Truman State (0-1) 1982 A L 0-1

SMU (1-7) 1982 A 9-23-2001 N #1 10-2-2005 A 10-21-2006 H #1 10-27-2007 H #2 10-5-2008 H #15 10-4-2009 A 10-23-2010 H #6

L 0-9 L 0-7 L 1-2 L 0-3 L 0-1 W ot 2-1 L 0-2 L 0-3

South Alabama (5-7-1) 1982 H 10-21-1983 A 10-12-1984 H 10-27-1985 A 9-3-1986 H 10-10-1987 A 10-29-1988 H 10-20-1989 A 9-18-1991 H 10-18-1992 A 10-17-1993 H

Tulsa (3-3-2) 9-8-1996 A 8-30-1997 N 9-30-2005 A #17 9-30-2006 H 10-5-2007 A #14 10-26-2008 H #11 11-1-2009 A #1 10-2-2010 H #5

W 3-0 W ot 3-2 T 2o 1-1 W 3-0 T 2o 3-3 L 1-5 L 0-2 L 1-2

W 3-2 W 1-0 L 2-3 W 2-1 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 0-1 L 0-1 T 1-1 L 0-3

UAB (17-15) 1982 A 9-24-1983 H 10-5-1984 A 10-4-1985 H 10-12-1986 A 9-25-1987 A 10-19-1988 A 9-21-1991 H 10-4-1992 A 11-7-1992 N

L 2-3 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 4-0 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 6-0 W 2-1 W 4-1 W 4-0

University of Memphis

10-24-1993 H 11-5-1993 H 10-23-1994 A 11-12-1994 A 10-15-1995 H 10-20-1996 A 10-10-1997 A 10-9-1998 H 10-14-1999 A 10-18-2000 H #18 10-17-2001 A #8 10-23-2002 H 10-8-2003 A 10-27-2004 H #17 11-14-2004 N #23 10-15-2005 A 11-9-2005 N 10-11-2006 H 10-2-2007 A 9-27-2008 H 10-14-2009 A #25 11-5-2010 H

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UNLV (1-0) 9-11-1998 A W 2-1 USF (1-12-2) 10-19-1984 H 9-18-1992 A 10-13-1995 H 9-22-1996 A 11-15-1996 A 9-19-1997 H 11-8-1997 A 9-18-1998 A 11-15-1998 A 11-5-1999 H 9-29-2000 A 10-28-2001 H 9-20-2002 A 11-1-2003 H 10-9-2004 A #10

L 0-2 L 0-4 L 0-4 L 1-6 L 0-3 T ot 2-2 L 2-4 T 2o 3-3 L 2-4 L 0-1 W ot 3-2 L 2-5 L 2-4 L 1-2 L 0-2

Vanderbilt (11-7-2) 1982 H 9-16-1983 A 8-31-1984 H 9-18-1985 A

T 0-0 L 1-2 W 5-1 L 0-3

9-17-1986 H 10-28-1987 A 10-14-1988 H 10-4-1989 A 10-12-1990 H 11-2-1991 A 9-6-1992 H 10-20-1993 A 10-9-1994 H 10-27-1995 A 9-20-1996 H 9-14-1997 A 9-30-2001 H 9-29-2002 A 9-19-2004 A 9-24-2005 H

W 1-0 L 2-4 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 1-3 W 1-0 L 1-5 T 3-3 W 5-2 W ot 3-2 W 3-2 W 4-1 W 4-0 L 2o 0-1 L 3-4

Vermont (0-1-1) 9-7-2008 A 9-18-2009 H

L ot 0-1 T 2o 0-0

Virginia Tech (1-0-3) 10-1-1983 N 11-10-1984 N 11-9-1986 A 11-8-1987 N

T 0-0 T 1-1 W 3-1 T 2-2

Wake Forest (2-1) 9-9-1983 A L 0-6 9-29-1984 H W 2-1 9-6-1985 A #9 W 2-1 Washington (0-1) 9-4-1995 N L 1-8 West Virginia (1-0) 9-5-1993 H W 2-0 Western Illinois (0-3) 9-6-1998 A L ot 1-2 9-8-2000 N L 0-3 9-12-2008 N L 0-1 Western Kentucky (7-5-1) 9-28-1986 A L 0-1 10-30-1987 H L 0-2 9-16-1988 A T 2-2 9-28-1989 H L ot 0-1 10-7-1992 H W 1-0 9-10-1993 A W 4-2 10-25-1996 H W 2-0 9-12-1997 A W 5-2 10-25-1998 H W 5-1 10-7-1999 A L 0-2 9-13-2000 H L 0-1 9-28-2002 A W 4-0 9-10-2004 H W 2-1 Western Michigan (1-0) 9-4-1994 H W 3-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1-1) 10-3-1999 A L 1-2 9-14-2003 N W 3-2 Wisconsin-Parkside (0-1) 9-16-1990 A L 0-4 Xavier (1-0) 9-27-1986 N W 4-2 *Rankings listed are at time of game

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American southwest 5-0 Centenary............................5-0

MPSF 3-1-1 Air Force..............................1-0 CS Northridge...................0-0-1 Denver.................................1-0 New Mexico.........................1-0 UC Irvine..............................0-1

Atlantic coast 0-1 Clemson...............................0-1

ohio valley 1-0 Eastern Illinois.....................1-0

Atlantic sun 16-0-1 Belmont...............................8-0 Lipscomb.............................5-0 Mercer.................................1-0 North Florida.......................1-0 Stetson.............................1-0-1

SOUTHERN COLLEGIATE 1-0 Birmingham Southern.........1-0

Atlantic 10 1-1 Charlotte..............................0-1 Fordham..............................1-0 Big East 2-0 Louisville..............................2-0 big ten 0-1 Ohio State............................0-1 big west 1-1 CS Fullerton.........................1-1 Colonial athletic 2-1 Northeastern.......................1-0 UNC-Wilmington.................1-1

eastern collegiate athletic 1-0 Hartwick..............................1-0 Great lakes valley 1-0 Drury...................................1-0 GULF SOUTH 1-1 Christian Brothers................1-1 Horizon league 1-2-1 Illinois-Chicago.................0-1-1 UW-Milwaukee....................1-1

SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC (SWAC) 5-1 Alabama A&M.....................5-1 SUMMIT Leauge 5-6 IPFW....................................1-0 Oral Roberts........................3-2 UMKC...................................1-2 Western Illinois....................0-2 The valley 11-15-3 Bradley.............................0-1-1 Creighton..........................0-4-1 Drake...................................1-2 Eastern Illinois.....................1-0 Evansville.............................3-1 Missouri State......................1-2 SIU-Edwardsville...............1-1-1 Vanderbilt............................2-2 Western Kentucky...............2-2 west coast 1-0 San Francisco.......................1-0

2002

1995 #UAB &Saint Louis USF Charlotte Marquette Cincinnati Memphis DePaul Louisville

7-0-1 15-4-1 6-1-1 15-6-1 5-3-0 8-6-0 5-3-0 11-8-3 5-3-0 9-8-4 4-4-0 6-14-1 1-6-1 6-10-2 1-6-1 7-10-1 0-8-0 3-16-1

1996 #Charlotte #& USF Saint Louis UAB Marquette Memphis DePaul Louisville Cincinnati

7-1-0 19-5-0 7-1-0 17-4-0 5-2-1 5-10-3 5-3-0 13-6-1 4-3-1 12-9-1 3-5-0 11-7-1 2-6-0 8-10-1 1-7-0 6-11-2 0-6-2 7-12-3

1997 #USF #Marquette &Saint Louis UAB Charlotte Louisville Cincinnati Memphis DePaul

5-1-2 14-7-2 6-2-0 12-6-3 5-2-1 16-5-4 4-3-1 10-8-1 4-4-0 12-7-2 3-4-1 7-12-1 2-4-2 7-8-3 2-5-1 10-8-2 1-7-0 6-11-0

1998 #&USF #Saint Louis UAB Charlotte Cincinnati Marquette Memphis Louisville DePaul

6-1-1 12-8-2 6-1-1 14-5-1 5-3-0 12-6-0 5-3-0 11-6-2 4-3-1 11-5-3 3-5-0 9-11-1 2-5-1 10-9-1 2-6-0 9-11-0 1-7-0 5-13-0

1999 #&UAB #Saint Louis Marquette Louisville USF Cincinnati DePaul Memphis Charlotte

7-1-0 17-8-0 7-1-0 17-4-2 5-3-0 10-9-0 4-4-0 9-8-2 4-4-0 10-8-0 3-5-0 11-8-1 3-5-0 7-8-0 2-6-0 7-11-0 1-7-0 5-12-0

2000 #&Saint Louis UAB Charlotte Memphis Cincinnati Louisville USF Marquette DePaul

6-1-1 13-3-3 5-1-2 14-5-2 5-2-1 8-9-2 5-3-0 14-6-0 3-2-3 7-9-3 3-4-1 12-9-1 3-5-0 10-9-0 2-6-0 10-7-2 0-8-0 1-16-0

2001 #&Saint Louis UAB USF Charlotte Cincinnati Marquette Louisville Memphis East Carolina TCU DePaul

9-1-0 18-2-0 7-3-0 15-6-0 7-3-0 15-7-0 5-4-1 9-9-3 5-4-1 7-8-4 5-5-0 12-8-1 3-6-1 7-11-1 3-6-1 6-9-2 3-7-0 7-11-0 3-7-0 6-11-1 2-6-2 3-13-2

metro atlantic 1-0 Iona.....................................1-0

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#Marquette #&Saint Louis Louisville USF Cincinnati UAB Charlotte DePaul Memphis East Carolina TCU

7-2-1 10-8-1 7-2-1 15-4-2 6-3-1 9-11-2 6-4-0 11-7-0 5-4-1 11-8-2 4-4-2 9-7-3 4-5-1 9-7-2 4-6-0 8-9-2 3-7-0 10-7-1 2-6-2 6-10-2 2-7-1 3-14-1

2003 #Cincinnati #&Saint Louis Louisville Charlotte USF UAB Marquette DePaul Memphis East Carolina

6-2-1 10-4-6 6-2-1 15-4-3 5-2-2 11-7-3 4-3-2 7-9-4 4-3-2 7-8-3 4-3-2 10-5-5 4-4-1 9-9-1 4-5-0 8-11-0 1-6-2 8-8-2 0-8-1 4-10-2

2009 #&Tulsa Marshall UAB Kentucky Memphis South Carolina SMU UCF FIU

6-1-1 15-5-2 6-2-0 10-7-2 5-2-1 12-4-2 5-3-0 13-6-0 3-5-0 7-7-2 2-4-2 7-8-3 2-4-2 6-8-2 2-5-1 6-7-3 1-6-1 6-10-1

2010 #SMU UCF Kentucky &South Carolina UAB Tulsa Marshall Memphis FIU

7-1-0 16-2-2 4-1-3 12-5-3 4-2-2 7-8-4 4-3-1 13-7-2 4-4-0 10-7-1 3-3-2 12-7-2 3-4-1 9-5-4 1-6-1 5-11-1 1-7-0 7-10-0

# Denotes Regular Season Champion & Denotes Tournament Champion

2004 #&Memphis UAB Cincinnati USF Saint Louis Charlotte Louisville Marquette East Carolina DePaul

8-1-0 16-4-1 7-2-0 12-7-0 5-3-1 7-10-2 5-3-1 10-5-2 5-3-1 9-8-1 5-4-0 11-7-1 2-6-1 5-10-4 2-6-1 6-11-1 2-7-0 6-12-0 1-7-1 3-14-3

2005 #SMU &South Carolina UAB FIU Marshall Memphis Kentucky Tulsa UCF East Carolina

8-1-0 14-6-3 7-1-1 12-7-2 5-3-1 10-7-1 4-3-2 8-7-2 4-3-2 8-9-2 3-4-2 8-8-2 3-4-2 6-7-6 2-4-3 7-7-7 2-6-1 7-8-1 0-9-0 0-15-1

2006 #&SMU Kentucky Tulsa South Carolina UAB UCF Memphis FIU FIU Marshall

5-1-2 17-2-4 5-2-1 14-5-2 5-3-0 9-10-0 4-3-1 11-5-1 4-3-1 10-6-4 3-3-2 6-9-2 3-5-0 10-8-0 3-5-0 10-8-0 2-6-0 6-10-2 1-6-1 4-10-2

2007 #&Tulsa SMU Kentucky South Carolina Memphis Marshall FIU UAB UCF

6-0-2 15-3-2 6-1-1 14-5-2 5-3-0 7-10-2 4-2-2 11-6-2 3-2-3 10-5-4 3-5-0 10-9-1 2-6-0 5-14-2 2-6-0 7-11-1 0-6-2 4-12-2

2008 #&Tulsa Kentucky Memphis SMU South Carolina UCF Marshall UAB FIU

7-0-1 16-4-3 6-1-1 12-4-5 3-4-1 6-11-2 3-4-1 10-6-2 2-2-4 8-6-5 3-4-1 7-11-1 3-5-0 3-14-1 2-5-1 6-10-3 2-6-0 4-11-2

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CONFERENCE USA 44-59-10 Charlotte...........................3-1-2 Cincinnati.............................4-3 DePaul.................................3-3 East Carolina.....................4-0-1 FIU.......................................3-3 Kentucky...........................2-3-2 Louisville..............................2-4 Marquette...........................2-4 Marshall...............................2-4 Saint Louis...........................2-6 SMU.....................................1-6 South Carolina..................2-4-2 South Florida.......................1-4 TCU......................................1-1 Tulsa.................................1-3-2 UAB......................................8-5 UCF...................................3-5-1

Southland 5-1 Central Arkansas..................5-1

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1999

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Valley Fields Milwaukee, Wis.

West Campus Field Birmingham, Ala.

Cardinal Park Stadium Louisville, Ky.

First Round #9 Louisville 3, #8 DePaul 0 Quarterfinals #3 USF 3, #6 Cincinnati 0 #2 Saint Louis 1, #7 Memphis 0 #1 UAB 2, #9 Louisville 0 #4 Charlotte 2, #5 Marquette 1 Semifinals #2 Saint Louis 3, #3 USF 2 #4 Charlotte 2, #1 UAB 0 Championship #2 Saint Louis 2, #4 Charlotte 0

1996 USF Soccer Stadium Tampa, Fla. Play-In Game (host in Italics) #9 Cincinnati 1, #8 Louisville 0 (OT) Quarterfinals (host in Italics) #5 Marquette 2, #4 UAB 0 #2 USF 2, #7 DePaul 0 #6 Memphis 1, #3 Saint Louis 0 #9 Cincinnati 1, #1 Charlotte 0 (OT) Semifinals #2 USF 3, #6 Memphis 0 #5 Marquette 2, #9 Cincinnati 1 Championship #2 USF 2, #5 Marquette 1

1997 USF Soccer Stadium Tampa, Fla. Play-In Game (host in Italics) #8 Memphis 3, #9 DePaul 1

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Quarterfinals (host in Italics) #3 Saint Louis 1, #6 Louisville 0 #1 USF 4, #8 Memphis 2 #2 Marquette 2, #7 Cincinnati 1 (4 OT) #5 Charlotte 2, #4 UAB 0 Semifinals #1 USF 2, #5 Charlotte 0 #3 Saint Louis 2, #2 Marquette 0 Championship #3 Saint Louis 3, #1 USF 1 (OT)

1998 USF Soccer Stadium Tampa, Fla. Play-In Game (host in Italics) #8 Louisville 1, #9 DePaul 0 Quarterfinals (host in Italics) #1 USF 2, #8 Louisville 1 #7 Memphis 1, #2 Saint Louis 0 (OT) #4 Charlotte 1, #5 Cincinnati 1 (Charlotte advances on PK, 4-3) #6 Marquette 3, #3 UAB 1 (2ot) Semifinals #7 Memphis 3, #6 Marquette 0 #1 USF 1, #4 Charlotte 0 Championship #1 USF 4, #7 Memphis 2

First Round #6 Cincinnati 2, #3 Marquette 1 #5 USF 2, #4 Louisville 0

First Round #5 Saint Louis 2, #4 USF 0 #6 Charlotte 2, #3 Cincinnati 0

Semifinals #2 Saint Louis 3, #6 Cincinnati 2 (4 OT) #1 UAB 4, #5 USF 0

Semifinals #1 Memphis 1, #5 Saint Louis 0 #2 UAB 1, #6 Charlotte 0 (2OT)

Championship #1 UAB 4, #2 Saint Louis 0

Championship #1 Memphis 3, #2 UAB 2

2000

2005

Robert R. Hermann Stadium St. Louis, Mo.

Westcott Field Dallas, Texas

First Round #6 Louisville 2, #3 Charlotte 1 (OT) #4 Memphis 2, #5 Cincinnati 1 Semifinals #2 UAB 2, #6 Louisville 0 #1 Saint Louis 3, #4 Memphis 2 Championship #1 Saint Louis 2, #2 UAB 1

2001 USF Soccer Stadium Tampa, Fla. First Round #4 Charlotte 2, #5 Cincinnati 2 (Charlotte advances on PK, 11-10) #6 Marquette 2, #3 USF 1 Semifinals #1 Saint Louis 4, #4 Charlotte 1 #6 Marquette 4, #2 UAB 1 Championship #1 Saint Louis 2, #6 Marquette 0

2002 Robert R. Hermann Stadium St. Louis, Mo. First Round #5 Cincinnati 3, #4 USF 2 #3 Louisville 1, #6 UAB 0 Semifinals #5 Cincinnati 1, #1 Marquette 1 (Cincinnati advances on PK, 3-1) #2 Saint Louis 3, #3 Louisville 1 Championship #2 Saint Louis 3, #5 Cincinnati 2

2003 Mike Rose Stadium Memphis, Tenn. First Round #4 Charlotte 2, #5 USF 1 #6 UAB 2, #3 Louisville 1 (OT) Semifinals #4 Charlotte 1, #1 Cincinnati 0 #2 Saint Louis 5, #6 UAB 1 Championship #2 Saint Louis 2, #4 Charlotte 2 (2OT) (Saint Louis advances on PK, 5-4)

Championship #2 Kentucky 1, #1 Tulsa 1 (Tulsa wins 4-2 on pks)

2009 Hurricane Soccer Stadium Tulsa, Okla. Semifinals #3 UAB 0, #2 Marshall 0 (UAB advances on PK, 4-3) #1 Tulsa 2, #4 Kentucky 1 Championship #1 Tulsa 3, #2 Marshall 0

2010 Mike Rose Complex Memphis, Tenn.

Quarterfinals #6 Memphis 2, #3 UAB 1 #2 South Carolina 0, #7 Kentucky 0 (USC advances on PK, 3-0) #5 Marshall 2, #4 FIU 0 #8 Tulsa 2, #1 SMU 2 (Tulsa advances on PK, 54) Semifinals #2 South Carolina 2, #6 Memphis 1 #8 Tulsa 3, #5 Marshall 0

Quarterfinals #4 South Carolina 2, #5 UAB 1 #6 Tulsa 5, #3 Kentucky 0 Semifinals #4 South Carolina 2, #1 SMU 1 #6 Tulsa 2, #2 UCF 1 Championship #4 South Carolina 1, #6 Tulsa 0 (2OT)

Championship #2 South Carolina 1, #8 Tulsa 0

2006 Hurricane Soccer Stadium Tulsa, Okla. Quarterfinals #1 SMU 6, #8 FIU 0 #5 UAB 3, #4 South Carolina 2 #2 Kentucky 3, #7 Memphis 1 #3 Tulsa 5, #6 UCF 0 Semifinals #1 SMU 1, #5 UAB 1 (SMU advances on PK, 3-1) #2 Kentucky 3, #3 Tulsa 0 Championship #1 SMU 2, #2 Kentucky 0

2007 West Campus Field Birmingham, Ala. Quarterfinals #7 FIU 3, #2 SMU 1 #6 Marshall 3, #3 Kentucky 1 #4 So. Carolina 2, #5 Memphis 1 (OT) #1 Tulsa 1, #8 UAB 0 Semifinals #7 FIU 3, #6 Marshall 2 (OT) #1 Tulsa 4, #4 South Carolina 1 Championship #1 Tulsa 3, #7 FIU 2

2008 Westcott Field Dallas, Texas Quarterfinals #2 Kentucky 4, #7 Marshall 2 #6 UCF 1, #3 Memphis 0 #1 Tulsa 4, #8 UAB 2 #5 South Carolina 3, #4 SMU 0 Semifinals #2 Kentucky1, #6 UCF 0 #1 Tulsa 2. #5 South Carolina 0

University of Memphis

2011

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts - A Pos Yrs GP G A Pts M 1988-92 62 3 5 11 D 1983 19 0 0 0 M 1994-97 67 14 11 39 M 1994-97 64 10 9 29 D 2005 5 0 1 1 F 1987-90 70 49 6 104 M-F 2003 12 0 0 0 D 2006-09 70 2 3 7 F 1987-90 48 8 2 18 F 2011 0 0 0 0 M 1989-91 32 3 3 9 M 1982-83 38 5 5 15 M 1984-85 30 10 13 33

Name Bailey, Matt Balmori, Fabian Banks, Paul Baytos, Brian Bevard, Darren Breslau, Jeff Brooks, Jason Brezovsky, Dusty Bridges, Tony Briggs, Matt Britcher, Jared Browne, Clint Brooks, Steven Bryant, Matt Buckland, Trevor

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts D 1991-93 3 0 0 0 F 1995 5 0 2 2 F 2011 0 0 0 0 GK 2002 See Goalkeeping Register D 2000-02 24 0 0 0 F 1984-87 51 2 3 7 M 2008 13 0 2 2 M 2000-03 51 1 5 7 M 1982-86 40 6 3 15 M 1995-98 59 6 5 17 M 2004-07 54 16 13 45 M-D 1991-94 51 6 5 17 F 1996-99 71 33 14 80 F 2001-02 34 10 9 29 D-F 1987-89 51 14 10 38

Name Cáceres, Shawn Calvert, Dale Camp, Tyler Campbell, Clay Cheatham, Harrison Church, Russell Clark, Brad Clemence, Kurt Coburn, Michael Cole, Valfred Collins, Liam Connolly, Gary Cooling, Stephen Covey, Brian Creson, Larry Crider, Michael Crossett, Brandon Cooke, John Cummings, Peter Cutter, Jason

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts M 2007 3 0 0 0 F 2008 14 0 1 1 M 2004 4 0 0 0 GK 1995 See Goalkeeping Register GK 2008 See Goalkeeping Register M 1992-94 61 9 10 28 M 1997-98 11 0 1 1 M 1994-97 69 4 14 22 D 2004-08 73 8 11 27 D 2007 2 0 0 0 M 2010-11 17 2 6 10 D 2002-05 61 0 2 2 M 2004-05 34 3 6 12 GK 1996-99 See Goalkeeping Register F 1983-84 42 24 9 57 M 2005 1 0 0 0 M 1996-99 24 3 3 9 F 1984-87 78 29 19 77 M 2001-03 49 1 4 6 M 1998-99 4 0 0 0

Name Dang, Phoung Davis, Damon Deloney, Joey Derrington, Matt Devall, Dan Dobson, Daniel Dooley, Bryan Dowd, Rory Duncan, Parker Dunn, Jason Dyer, Justin

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts F-D 1982-84 50 3 8 14 M 1992-93 33 2 3 7 MF 2009 0 0 0 0 GK 2011 See Goalkeeping Register D-M 1990 17 2 0 4 M 2001-04 58 9 11 29 M 2005 5 1 1 3 D 2007 18 1 0 2 F 2008-11 51 13 8 34 D 1994-97 72 3 4 10 D 2001-04 73 4 8 16

- B -

D 1995 2 0 0 0 M 1983-86 83 12 18 42 D 1989 14 0 1 1 M 2000 10 1 1 3 M 1993-96 73 30 13 73 F 2006 15 0 0 0 F 1998-01 73 45 19 109

- G Name Gagnon, Chandler Gaither, Russ Gallina, Greg Garcia, Will German, Jake Gibbs, Graham Gibson, Cody Gilbert, Jamie Gilley, E.J. Gilley, Sean Glaser, Nick Goad, Jon Goodlett, Michael Goulding, Sean Gourlay, Mark Graham, Keagan Grant, Scott Gregory, Kris Green, Chris Greenslade, Reid Greer, J.J. Groft, Elias Gross, Austin Guentner, Andreas Gurson, Gordy

Pos D D F-D D D D GK D D-GK M M M GK M D GK F M GK F F M F M-D F

- C -

- D -

- E Name Elkins, Patrick Elliott, Scott Ellis, Lewis Ennis, Nelson

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts M 2005-06 9 1 0 2 D 2011 0 0 0 0 F 2011 0 0 0 0 D 2000 3 0 0 0

Name Fairley, Carter Farrell, Brian Ferrera, Bonnie

Pos F F D-M

- F Yrs GP G A 1992-95 57 9 3 2006-09 65 10 8 1984-86 52 1 4

Pts 21 28 6

Yrs 2011 1989 1992-95 2010 2001-02 2000-03 2008-09 2006 1983-84 1988 1997-00 1987 2006-09 2006-08 2004 2007 1993-95 1997 1995-96 2001-03 2009-11 2008-09 2010-11 2009-11 2010

GP G A Pts 0 0 0 0 18 2 1 5 21 1 0 2 10 0 0 0 14 0 2 2 56 0 5 5 See Goalkeeping Register 18 3 1 7 18 2 1 5 1 0 0 0 73 11 12 34 20 1 4 6 See Goalkeeping Register 50 5 14 24 18 0 0 0 See Goalkeeping Register 55 14 6 36 4 0 0 0 See Goalkeeping Register 40 4 0 8 33 2 8 12 18 0 1 1 17 2 0 4 30 4 1 9 8 3 2 8

- H Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts Hagemann, Robby GK 1998 See Goalkeeping Register Halford, Scott M 1987 2 0 0 0 Halliburton, Dale M 1993 11 0 0 0 Harkins, Tripp F-M 2005-08 71 14 8 36 Hauss, Scott M 1983-84 41 4 2 10 Healy, Dalton D 2008 3 0 0 0 Heckman, Kenny M 1982-85 82 1 3 5 Hink, Jeff F 1984-88 27 1 0 2 Hink, Jim M 1988-91 65 10 16 36 Holland, Jimmy D-F 1984-86 61 3 1 7 Hormazabal, John M 1996 14 0 0 0 Huck, Joe M 1989 1 0 0 0 Hunter, Martin GK 2010 See Goalkeeping Register Hurley, Conor GK 2011 See Goalkeeping Register Hyland, Thomas D 2005-08 71 2 5 9 Hynson, Michael D 1995 3 0 0 0

- I Name Isaacs, Josh

Pos GK

Yrs 2000-01

GP G A Pts See Goalkeeping Register

Name Jackson, David Jacobs, Bradley Jarun, Omar Jordan, Brent Johnson, Jordan Johnson, Pat Judice, Frank

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts D-F 1982-85 74 17 19 5 M 2008-09 28 2 3 7 F 2002-03 35 8 6 22 D 1991-93 52 3 3 9 D 2009-11 32 0 0 0 F 1982-84 49 5 5 15 D 2005-06 15 1 0 2

Name Kauker, Mike Kauker, Robi Keely, Shane Keene, Jamal Keene, Richard Kelley, Lee Kelly, Patrick Kennetz Jr., Dennis Kiser, Harrison Knight, Eddie Konieczny, Jeff Koyano, Tomo Kuns, Ross

Pos D-M M M M D F D D M D M D F

- J -

- K -

University of Memphis

Yrs 1982-86 1987 2011 2010 1997-99 1994 2009 2010-11 2003-04 1986-89 1987-88 2005-06 1985-86

GP 82 20 0 15 37 10 2 11 25 75 36 3 40

2011

G 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 3 3 0 21

A 7 1 0 0 10 1 0 1 3 3 4 0 8

Pts 11 3 0 2 10 5 0 1 5 9 10 0 50

- L Name Larsson, Goran Laster, Steve Leedle, Jordan Letterman, Matt Letterman, Mike Lewis, Joey Lewis, Stephen Lhommeau, Patrice Licari, Bernard Lima, Rogerio Linder, Will Locks, Greg Luzuka, Kwasi Lynn, Jordan

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts D 1992-93 18 0 0 0 M 1986-88 8 0 0 0 GK 2008-11 See Goalkeeping Register F 1998-99 25 1 1 3 GK 1999 See Goalkeeping Register M 1995-98 62 0 2 2 D 1998-01 69 3 4 10 M 1990-92 45 8 5 21 F 1993-95 62 19 17 55 F 1996-97 37 23 22 68 MF 2011 0 0 0 0 M 1988-91 72 4 9 17 M 1995-96 5 1 0 2 M-D 2005-08 71 3 5 11

- M Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts Markway, Nathan GK 1990-91 See Goalkeeping Register Martin, Bruce M 1989 5 0 0 0 Matsuba, Ken M 1998-01 55 0 9 9 McCage, Tim F 1990 1 1 3 5 McCoy, Cody M 2008-11 48 2 1 5 McArdle, Cormac F 2004-05 32 1 8 10 McCarty, Marcus F 2004-05 32 16 3 34 McCluskey, Mike D 1993-94 12 0 0 0 McDonagh, Donal M 1986-88 54 34 22 90 McDonnell, Philip M 1992-95 63 0 5 5 McGrath, Liam D 1998-99 18 1 0 2 McInerney, Gavin GK 2004-05 See Goalkeeping Register McKnight, Quincy D 1995 2 0 0 0 Medlock, David D 1998-00 24 0 1 1 Mehrhoff, Jay M 1990 1 0 0 0 Melkent, Tony M 1987 3 0 0 0 Melson, Bo F 1982 20 10 8 28 Metcalf, Andy F 2002-05 73 39 12 90 Meyer, Jake GK 1993 See Goalkeeping Register Middleton, Chad D 1990-91 35 1 0 2 Miller, Brad M 1997-99 11 0 1 1 Minter, Kyle F 2005 13 2 1 5 Monaghan, Brooks GK 1992-94 See Goalkeeping Register Mondragon, Hugo D-M 2009-10 22 4 1 9 Montgomery, Adam M 2004-07 76 4 5 13 Morris, Chris D 1994-97 58 1 0 2 Morris, Rick M 1989-92 68 5 4 14 Moses, Brandon F 1993, 95 4 1 1 3 Mueller, Mike D-M 1982-84 61 9 3 21 Munoz, Eric M 1996 19 1 5 7 Musicante, Jorge F 1986-87 24 1 2 4 Musicante, Sergio F 1986-87 28 3 1 7

- N Name Pos Yrs Nabers, Ben M 2006 Najjar, Afif D 2004 Neff, Johnny M-D 1993-96 Neff, Michael M 1996 Nemens, Jeremy D 1993 Nilsson, Ronnie M-F 2002 Norris, David F 1990-93 Norris, John M 1987-90 Norwood, Troy GK 1988-89

GP G A Pts 2 0 0 0 8 0 1 1 39 0 3 3 9 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 11 1 2 4 62 8 8 24 65 1 6 8 See Goalkeeping Register

- O Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts O’Brien, Dayton M-F 2002-05 75 24 34 82 O’Brien, Jason GK 2001 See Goalkeeping Register O’Connor, Rory D 2008-10 44 0 0 0 Ohlmeier, Thomas M 1992-93 42 13 9 35 Orellana, Jody D 1995-96 24 0 0 0 O’Sullivan, Gareth F 1989-92 74 37 15 89

- P Name Paule, Grant Pettinger, Matt Pepper, Robert Peil, Troy Petersen, Frank Phillips, Brad Pike, Kevin Pileggi, Frank

Pos M F D D GK M M D

Yrs 2000-01 1983 1993-94 1987-89 2009 2004 1982 1989-92

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GP G A Pts 27 1 6 8 20 3 3 9 27 0 1 1 40 0 0 0 See Goalkeeping Register 17 0 1 1 10 0 0 0 75 3 6 12

M Soc

Name Abbott, Pat Abbott, Paul Aguillon, Ramon Aguillon, Rolando Ahern, Patrick Akerfors, Morton Alkotzer, Avichay Alleman, Rick Allen, Rob Alvarado, Giovanni Arrandale, John Aur, Didier Aur, Paulo

Finlason, Tim Fischer, Pat Fletcher, Chris Floyd, Michael Forde, Fergal Franklin, Kyle Fraser, Sean

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts All-Time Roster Poczobut, David Pogue, Tim Porter, Chris Post, Chris Presley, Phillip Price, Matt

F 1986-88 GK 1995 D 2008-10 GK 2002 F 2002 GK 1985-87

51 3 2 8 See Goalkeeping Register 10 0 0 0 See Goalkeeping Register 5 0 2 2 See Goalkeeping Register

- R Name Raborn, Adam Rawlings, Kirk Redd, Alan Reddin, Brian Reichert, Tiago Reilly, John Ricketts, Kirk Rist, Tyler Romeg, Robbie Romero, J.R. Ronan, Daniel Rose, Justin Ruble, Ryan

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts M 2004 8 0 0 0 D 1995 11 0 0 0 D 1990-92 53 7 6 20 D 1993 17 0 2 2 F 2010-11 3 1 0 2 M 2001-04 71 14 12 40 F 1999-02 57 4 5 13 F 2011 0 0 0 0 GK 1982 See Goalkeeping Register M-D 2006-08 21 0 1 1 F 2002 17 11 3 25 D 1992-95 47 0 1 1 M 2007-09 48 9 7 25

Whitsitt, Brad Whitworth, Butch Wiabel, Bobby Weldon, Mark Williams, B.J. Williams, Bobby Williams, Mickey Williams, J.R. Winfrey, Rob Wright, Jon

M M D D M GK D D M M

2003-04 1985-86 1984 2008 2010-11 1983 1984-85 2002 1988-89 2009

33 3 4 10 32 0 2 2 14 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 13 1 1 3 See Goalkeeping Register 35 0 3 3 15 0 0 0 34 2 7 11 16 3 1 7

Name Yun, Won

Pos Yrs GP G A Pts F 1982-83 28 10 6 26

- Y Bold indicates active players

- S Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts Saffer, Daniel D 2003 8 0 0 0 Salter, Billy D 1985 21 0 1 1 Sausaman, Robert M 2005-08 82 3 4 10 Scarpace, Todd GK 1988-91 See Goalkeeping Register Schmidt, Chris D 1999-02 57 6 8 20 Schmitt, Carl M 1999 17 0 1 1 Schmitt, Keith M 1999 6 1 0 2 Schiffer, Mike F 1984 10 0 1 1 Schumann, Volker F-D 1989-91 54 3 5 11 Schwaigert, Ryan F-D 1998-00 50 7 5 19 Shannon, Thomas D 2008-11 41 8 7 23 Sherrod, Mark F 2009-11 17 4 2 10 Shipman, Michael M 1999-00 37 2 12 16 Shumate, Cory D 2000 10 0 1 1 Smith, Marty F 1991 3 0 0 0 Smith, Tommy F 1992-95 77 15 11 41 Sommers, Brennan D 2007 3 0 0 0 Sommers, David M 2001 1 0 0 0 Spencer, Scott D 1990-92 56 0 3 3 Spilker, Carl D 1987-88 36 8 6 22 Sprout, Bryant M 1991 7 0 0 0 Stralka, Justin M 1999-01 61 8 13 29 Steinkampf, Hanjo M 1997 20 1 5 7 Stirling, Taylor M-F 1998 16 4 3 11 Strom, Tyler GK 2004-07 See Goalkeeping Register

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- T Name Pos Yrs GP G A Pts Talley, Clark GK 2000-03 See Goalkeeping Register Tappan, David M 1984-88 78 6 5 17 Thiele, Philip D 1996-99 67 1 1 3 Thomas, J.R. D 2002-03 23 0 0 0 Thompson, Tanner D 2010-11 6 0 0 0 Thornton, Adam D-M 2009-10 2 0 1 1 Thorstsensen, Lars F 2000-01 36 23 17 63 Toh Jr., Patrick F 2011 0 0 0 0 Trujillo, Eric M 2007-10 14 1 0 2 Turner, Gerald M 1992 16 0 0 0 Turner, Scott D 1987-88 37 1 3 5 Tutor, Jeremy D 1995-97 53 20 14 54

- U Name Uzcategui, Cody

Pos GK

Yrs 2011

Name Van Dyck, Maxim Vecchio, Sebastian Voight, John Volanski, Aaron Vopel, Bill

Pos D GK F F D

Name Walsh, Kevin Watson, Justin White, Tommy

Pos M M-F F

GP G A Pts See Goalkeeping Register

- V Yrs 2010 2003-04 1996 2004 1982

GP G A Pts 17 0 2 2 See Goalkeeping Register 4 1 0 2 11 0 0 0 13 0 0 0

- W Yrs GP G A Pts 2006-07 34 16 9 41 2009 12 2 1 5 1997-00 73 18 14 50

G oa l k e e p i n g R e g i s t e r Name Yrs GP GA SV GAA Baytos, Brian 2002 3 2 9 0.99 Campbell, Clay 1995 3 11 14 4.40 Cheatham, Harrison 2008 1 0 0 0.00 Covey, Brian 1996-99 72 119 335 1.65 Gibson, Cody 2008-09 0 0 0 0.00 Gilley, E.J. 1983-87 68 118 416 n/a Goodlett, Michael 2006-09 50 64 182 1.36 Graham, Keagan 2007 1 0 0 0.00 Green, Chris 1995-96 13 22 63 1.74 Hagemann, Robby 1998 3 2 6 0.64 Hunter, Martin 2010 6 10 19 2.22 Isaacs, Josh 2000-01 9 7 19 1.24 Leedle, Jordan 2008-10 14 22 37 1.57 Letterman, Mike 1999 5 4 10 0.80 Markway, Nathan 1990-91 10 14 74 2.00 McInerney, Gavin 2004-05 12 11 23 1.76 Meyer, Jake 1993 4 7 12 1.97 Monaghan, Brooks 1992-94 61 82 298 1.40 Norwood, Troy 1988-89 31 47 134 1.53 O’Bryan, Jason 2001 4 12 21 3.13 Petersen, Frank 2009 RS 0 0 0.00 Price, Matt 1985-87 43 51 189 n/a Pogue, Tim 1995 5 15 10 3.85 Post, Chris 2002 4 3 15 1.14 Romeg, Robbie 1982 n/a n/a n/a n/a Scarpace, Todd 1988-91 44 68 207 1.67 Strom, Tyler 2004-07 44 48 177 1.17 Talley, Clark 2000-03 50 84 172 1.74 Vecchio, Sebastian 2003-04 33 32 106 1.02 Williams, Bobby 1983 5 2 5 n/a Bold indicates active players

Year-by-Year Coaching Breakdown Year Coach 1982 Peter Bermel 1983 Peter Bermel 1984 Peter Bermel 1985 Peter Bermel 1986 Peter Bermel 1987 Peter Bermel Bermel Totals (6 yrs)

W-L-T 7-11-2 9-8-3 10-9-3 12-7-2 14-4-2 9-9-2 61-48-14

Pct. .400 .525 .523 .619 .750 .500 .553

Conference Finish n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Home 6-4-1 5-2-2 8-4-0 8-3-1 8-0-1 6-4-0 41-17-5

Road 1-7-1 4-5-0 1-5-2 4-4-1 3-4-1 3-5-0 16-30-5

Neutral 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 3-0-0 0-0-2 4-1-4

1988 Chris Bartels 1989 Chris Bartels 1990 Chris Bartels 1991 Chris Bartels 1992 Chris Bartels 1993 Chris Bartels 1994 Chris Bartels 1995 Chris Bartels 1996 Chris Bartels 1997 Chris Bartels 1998 Chris Bartels Bartels Totals (11 yrs)

8-7-3 10-10-1 10-9-1 7-9-2 14-3-2 13-9-2 11-8-2 6-10-2 11-7-1 10-8-2 10-9-1 110-89-19

.528 .500 .525 .444 .789 .583 .571 .389 .605 .550 .525 .548

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 4-1-0 n/a 4-0-1 n/a 1-4-1 n/a 2-4-0 n/a 1-6-1 T7/9 3-5-0 6/9 2-5-1 8/9 2-5-1 7/9 19-30-5

5-2-1 6-5-0 7-2-1 5-3-1 8-0-1 10-2-1 9-1-1 5-2-1 6-4-0 6-3-1 4-3-0 71-27-8

2-3-2 3-5-1 2-4-0 1-5-0 4-3-1 3-7-0 0-6-1 1-6-1 4-3-1 3-5-1 4-5-1 27-52-9

1-2-0 1-0-0 1-3-0 1-1-1 2-0-0 0-0-1 2-1-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 12-10-2

1999 Richie Grant 2000 Richie Grant 2001 Richie Grant 2002 Richie Grant 2003 Richie Grant 2004 Richie Grant 2005 Richie Grant 2006 Richie Grant 2007 Richie Grant 2008 Richie Grant 2009 Richie Grant 2010 Richie Grant Grant Totals (12 yrs) All-Time Totals

7-11-0 14-6-0 6-9-2 10-7-1 8-8-2 16-4-1 8-8-2 10-8-0 10-5-4 6-11-2 7-7-2 5-11-1 107-95-17 278-232-50

.389 .700 .412 .583 .500 .786 .500 .555 .632 .368 .500 .324 .527 .541

2-6-0 8/9 6-4-0 4/9 3-6-1 T7/11 3-7-1 9/11 1-6-2 9/10 8-1-0 1/10 3-4-2 T6/10 6-3-0 7/9 3-2-3 5/9 3-4-1 T3/9 3-5-0 5/9 1-6-1 8/9 42-54-11 58-56-16

4-5-0 6-3-0 4-3-1 4-4-0 4-4-2 8-1-0 5-2-1 3-1-0 7-1-2 3-4-1 5-2-1 4-4-0 57-34-8 169-78-21

2-6-0 4-1-0 2-4-1 6-3-1 2-4-0 5-3-1 2-5-1 0-4-0 1-3-1 3-3-1 0-4-1 0-5-1 27-45-8 70-127-22

1-0-0 4-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 2-1-1 0-4-0 2-1-0 1-2-0 16-13-1 32-24-7

University of Memphis

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Career Matches Played 1. Pat Fischer 2. Three Tied

Total Year 83 1983-86 82

Goals 1. Morton Akerfors 2. Sean Fraser 3. Andy Metcalf 4. Gareth O’Sullivan

Total Year 49 1987-90 45 1998-01 39 2002-05 37 1986-88

Assists Total 1. Dayton O’Brien 2. Rogerio Lima Donal McDonagh

Year 34 22 22

Points 1. Sean Fraser 2. Morton Akerfors 3. Andy Metcalf Donal McDonagh

Total Year 109 1998-01 104 1987-90 90 2002-05 90 1986-88

Shots 1. Donal McDonagh

Total Year 293 1986-88

Saves 1. E.J. Gilley 2. Brooks Monaghan 3. Brian Covey

Total Year 416 1983-87 298 1992-94 275 1996-98

Shutouts 1. Brooks Monaghan

Total 24

GAA (Min 2500 minutes) 1. Sebastian Vecchio 1.02 2. Tyler Strom 1.17 3. Michael Goodlett 1.36 4. Brooks Monaghan 1.40 5. Brian Covey 1.52

2002-05 1996-97 1986-88

Year 1992-94 Year 2003-04 2004-08 2006-09 1992-94 1996-98

Season - Individual Total 24 24

Year 1993 1993

Goals 1. Sean Fraser 2. Morton Akerfors 3. Sean Fraser

Total 18 17 16

Year 2001 1987 2000

Assists 1. Dayton O’Brien 2. Rogerio Lima 3. Two Tied

Total 14 12 10

Year 2004 1997

Points 1. Sean Fraser 2. Sean Fraser 3. Morton Akerfors

Total 42 41 37

Year 2001 2000 1987

Shots 1. Donal McDonagh

Total 113

Year 1986

Saves 1. E.J. Gilley 2. E.J. Gilley 3. Brooks Monaghan

Total 169 141 112

Year 1983 1984 1993

Shutouts 1. Brooks Monaghan

Total 11

Year 1992

GAA (Min 1000 minutes) 1. Sebastian Vecchio 0.69 2. Brooks Monaghan 0.80 3. Tyler Strom 0.91 4. Brian Covey 1.08

Season - Team Goals 1. 59 2. 57 3. 55

Year 2000 1997 1994

Year 2004 1992 2007 1996

Year 2000 1997 2002 2004

Points Year 1. 177 2000 2. 163 1997 Shots Year 1. 420 1983 Saves Year 1. 174 1983

Fewest Goals Against Year 1. 15 2004 Shutouts Year 1. 11 1992 2. 9 2004 9 1996 GAA Year 1. 0.70 2004 2. 0.80 1992

Goals Sean Fraser

Total 5 vs. Lipscomb

Assists John Cooke

Total Date 4 vs. SW Missouri 10/18/87

Points Sean Fraser

Total 11 vs. Lipscomb

Shots Donal McDonagh

Total 15 vs. USM

Saves E.J. Gilley

Total Date 24 vs. Wake Forest 9/29/84

Date 11/7/01

Date 11/7/01 Date 11/11/88

Game - Team Goals 10 vs. Lipscomb 10 vs. Lipscomb

Date 11/7/01 11/24/00

Assists 12 vs. Lipscomb

Date 11/24/00

Points 32 vs. Lipscomb

Date 11/24/00

Shots 41 vs. Rhodes

Date 9/28/88

Saves 24 vs. Wake Forest

Date 9/29/84

Largest Margin of Victory 10, 10-0 vs. Lipscomb

Date 10/16/98 10/17/93 10/22/89 Date 11/7/01 Date 11/24/00

Largest Margin of Defeat 11, 0-11 at Alabama A&M

Date 1982

Miscellaneous Longest Winning Streak Year Total 8 1986-87 Home 10 2004-05 Away 4 1996-97, 2004, 2006

University of Memphis

Longest Unbeaten Streak Total 10 Home 15

Year 1986-87 1992-93

Longest Winless Streak Total 7 Away 18

Year 1991 1993-95 Year 1996 2004

20 Goals/20 Assists Dayton O’Brien Rogerio Lima Donal McDonagh

Year 24/24 23/22 34/22

Top Five Home Crowds 1. 1,057 2. 927 3. 923 4. 879 5. 873

vs. UAB 11/5/10 vs. Kentucky 10/13/07 vs. Clemson 9/1/06 vs. Louisville 8/31/07 vs. Tulsa 10/26/08

2002-05 1996-97 1986-88

Program Milestones

Game - Individual

Fewest Shots Allowed 0 vs. Lipscomb

Year 1991 2002 1994-95

Consecutive Shutout Minutes Brian Covey 489 Sebastian Vecchio 465

Fewest Shots Against Year 1. 160 2009

Fewest Shots Taken 2 vs. Saint Louis 2 vs. South Alabama 2 vs. Evansville

Longest Losing Streak Total 7 Home 4 Away 11

All-Time Victories 1 1982 50 11/8/86 100 9/20/92 150 11/2/96 200 9/6/02 250 10/25/06

Covenant, 4-3 Cincinnati, 2-0 UCF, 2-0 Belmont, 6-0 San Francisco, 2-1 (2ot) Marshall, 3-0

Peter Bermel Victories 1 1982 50 11/8/86

Covenant, 4-3 Cincinnati, 2-0

Chris Bartels Victories 1 8/31/88 50 9/4/93 100 11/4/97

Alabama A&M, 4-1 Louisville, 4-0 DePaul, 3-1

Richie Grant Victories 1 9/4/99 50 9/25/04 100 10/17/10

Centenary, 4-2 Charlotte, 3-1 FIU, 1-0

The Last Time The Last Time A Tiger ... Scored 5 Goals:..................................................................... Sean Fraser vs. Lipscomb (2001) Scored 4 Goals:..................................................................... Sean Fraser vs. Lipscomb (2001) Scored 3 Goals:......................................................... Gordy Gurson vs. Alabama A&M (2010) Made 4 Assists:........................................................John Cooke vs. SW Missouri State (1987) Made 3 Assists:.............................................................Liam Collins vs. Alabama A&M (2010) Made 10 Shots:................................................... Donal McDonagh vs. USM (1988), 15 shots Made 20 Saves:....................................................E.J. Gilley vs. Wake Forest (1984), 24 saves Made 15 Saves:.............................................................Tyler Strom vs. SMU (2005), 15 saves Made 10 Saves:..............................................................Tyler Strom vs. USC (2005), 10 saves Had Back-to-Back Shutouts:..............................................................Jordan Leedle (2) (2010) Scored Twice in Under a Minute:.................................... Jeremy Tutor vs. W. Ky. (1997), 0:53 Stopped a Penalty Kick:.................................................... Michael Goodlett vs. UMKC (2009) The Last Time the Tigers ... Scored 10 Goals in a Game:.............................................................vs. Lipscomb (2001), 10-0 Scored Seven Goals in a Game:.................................................vs. Alabama A&M (2010), 8-0 Scored Six Goals in a Game:......................................................vs. Alabama A&M (2010), 8-0 Scored Six Goals in a Half............................................ vs. Alabama A&M (2005), 6 (2nd half) Scored Five Goals in a Half:......................................... vs. Alabama A&M (2010), 5 (2nd half) Notched 10 Assists in a Game:........................................................... vs. Lipscomb (2001), 10 Notched 9 Assists in a Game........................................................vs. Alabama A&M (2005), 9 Attempted 40 Shots:.....................................................................vs. Rhodes (1988), 41 shots Attempted 35 Shots:.....................................................................vs. Rhodes (1988), 41 shots Attempted 30 Shots:......................................................... vs. Alabama A&M (2010), 30 shots Involved in a 0-0 Tie:............................................................................. vs.Vermont (9/18/09)

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2011 Memphis Fall Spor ts Honors & Awards National NSCAA All-America Second Team Dayton O’Brien

2004

Hermann Trophy Watch List Dayton O’Brien

2005

College Soccer News All-America Second Team Dayton O’Brien

2004

Regional NSCAA All-Midwest First Team Dayton O’Brien

2004

NSCAA All-Midwest Second Team Sean Fraser Andy Metcalf Daniel Dobson Dayton O’Brien Jamie Gilbert Kevin Walsh Michael Coburn Kevin Walsh

2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007

NSCAA All-Midwest Third Team Sean Fraser Dayton O’Brien Chris Schmidt Dayton O’Brien Jared Britcher Adam Montgomery Michael Coburn

2000 2002 2002 2003 2007 2007 2008

All-South Region Trevor Buckland Donal McDonagh Trevor Buckland Thomas Ohlmeier Rogerio Lima Rogerio Lima

1988 1988 1989 1993 1996 1997

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C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Dayton O’Brien 2004 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year Sebastian Vecchio 2004

All-Conference USA Second Team Fergal Forde Bernard Licari Sean Fraser Stephen Lewis Justin Stralka Justin Stralka Chris Schmidt Andy Metcalf Dayton O’Brien Andy Metcalf Andy Metcalf Kevin Walsh Jared Britcher Michael Coburn Adam Montgomery Rick Alleman

1995 1995 1999 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2007 2007 2009

All-Conference USA Third Team Ramon Aguillon Matt Briggs Steven Brooks Lars Thorstsensen Stephen Lewis Lars Thorstsensen Graham Gibbs Gary Connolly John Reilly Jamie Gilbert Sean Goulding Parker Duncan Andreas Guentner

1997 1998 1998 2000 2001 2001 2003 2004 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009

C-USA All-Freshman Team Steven Brooks Brian Covey Nick Glaser Sean Fraser Clark Talley Omar Jarun Dayton O’Brien Daniel Ronan Adam Montgomery Tripp Harkins Ryan Ruble Parker Duncan J.J. Greer Andreas Guentner

1996 1996 1997 1998 2000 2002 2002 2002 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2009

C-USA All-Tournament Team Daniel Dobson Justin Dyer Marcus McCarty John Reilly Michael Coburn Tripp Harkins

2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005

C-USA Coach of the Year Richie Grant Richie Grant

2000 2004

C-USA All-Decade Team Sean Fraser

1995-04

C-USA Newcomer of the Year Kevin Walsh

2006

GMC Coach of the Year Chris Bartels

1991

C-USA Most Valuable Defender Ryan Schwaigert

1998

GMC Newcomer of the Year Bernard Licari

1993

All-Conference USA First Team Fergal Forde Rogerio Lima Rogerio Lima Sean Fraser Sean Fraser Daniel Dobson Justin Dyer Dayton O’Brien Sebastian Vecchio Dayton O’Brien Michael Coburn

1996 1996 1997 2000 2001 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2008

GMC All-Conference First Team Jim Hink Gareth O’Sullivan Brooks Monaghan Gareth O’Sullivan Scott Spencer Russell Church GMC All-Conference Second Team Frank Pileggi Scott Spencer Thomas Ohlmeier Frank Pileggi

University of Memphis

1991 1991 1992 1992 1992 1993 1991 1991 1992 1992

Thomas Ohlmeier

1993

GMC Championship MVPs Brooks Monaghan (Defense) Bernard Licari (Offense)

1993 1993

W e e k ly H o n o r s C-USA Player of the Week Rolando Aguillon Brian Covey Steven Brooks (Offense) Steven Brooks (Offense) Mike Letterman (Defense) Sean Fraser (Offense) Lars Thorstensen (Offense) Lars Thorstensen (Offense) Daniel Dobson (Defense) Dayton O’Brien (Offense) Graham Gibbs (Defense) Andy Metcalf (Offense) Dayton O’Brien (Offense) Sebastian Vecchio (Defense) Andy Metcalf (Offense) Dayton O’Brien (Offense) Sebastian Vecchio (Defense) John Reilly (Offense) Sebastian Vecchio (Defense) Jared Britcher (Offense) Gavin McInerney (Defense) Andy Metcalf (Offense) Kevin Walsh (Offense) Tyler Strom (Defense) Michael Coburn (Offense) Michael Coburn (Defense) Michael Goodlett (Defense) JJ Greer (Defense)

9/18/1995 11/2/1996 9/14/1998 9/21/1999 10/11/1999 9/11/2000 9/18/2000 10/1/2001 9/3/2002 9/3/2002 9/9/2002 10/20/2003 9/26/2004 9/26/2004 10/3/2004 10/25/2004 11/1/2004 11/8/2004 11/8/2004 9/6/2005 9/12/2005 10/10/2005 9/18/2006 9/4/2007 10/6/2008 10/20/2008 11/10/2008 11/8/2010

Soccer America Team of the Week Brooks Monaghan 11/9/1993 Sean Fraser 10/22/2001 Sean Fraser 11/11/2001 Andy Metcalf 10/3/2004 John Reilly 11/9/2004 Daniel Dobson 11/16/2004 Kevin Walsh 9/18/2006 College Soccer News Team of the Week Dayton O’Brien 9/26/2004 Daniel Dobson 11/1/2004 Marcus McCarty 11/14/2004 Kevin Walsh 9/18/2006 Jared Britcher 9/05/2007 Michael Coburn 10/20/2008

Academic Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team Andy Metcalf Jared Britcher Andy Metcalf Jared Britcher

NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-South Region First Team Andy Metcalf 2004 Jared Britcher 2007 Adam Montgomery 2007 NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-South Region Second Team Robert Sausaman 2007 Jordan Lynn 2008 Robert Sausaman 2008 NSCAA Academic Award Ramon Aguillon

GTE Academic All-American Third Team Matt Briggs 1998 C-USA All-Academic Team Jared Britcher Robert Sausaman Jared Britcher Robert Sausaman Robert Sausaman Rick Alleman Parker Duncan Parker Duncan Andreas Guentner

2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010

C-USA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Chris Schmidt 2002

Team Tommy Smith Award Nick Glaser Chris Schmidt John Reilly Andy Metcalf Justin Dyer Jared Britcher Tripp Harkins Robert Sausaman Thomas Hyland Thomas Shannon Cody McCoy

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Institution M Club Hall of FAme Donal McDonagh Brooks Monaghan Victor Lacey Rogerio Lima Sean Fraser

2003 2005 2005 2007

CoSIDA Academic All-District IV Team Chris Schmidt 2002 Andy Metcalf 2003 Andy Metcalf 2004 Jared Britcher 2005 Andy Metcalf 2005 Jared Britcher 2006 Robert Sausaman 2006 Jared Britcher 2007 Robert Sausaman 2008 Parker Duncan 2009 Parker Duncan 2010

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